Pakistani safety forces attacked a militant hideout close to the Afghan border Wednesday, prompting a shootout that killed eight of the insurgents and two kids and wounded two troopers, the army mentioned.
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It was unclear whose fireplace killed the 2 kids throughout the raid on the outpost in South Waziristan, a district within the northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
The army, in its assertion concerning the violence, didn’t determine the militant group to which the slain insurgents belonged.
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South Waziristan served as a base for the Pakistani Taliban and different militants till a number of years in the past, when the military mentioned it cleared the area of insurgents. However occasional assaults have continued.
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The Pakistani Taliban, often known as Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, are a separate rebel group from the Afghan Taliban, though Pakistan’s militant teams are sometimes interlinked with these throughout the border in Afghanistan.