ISPR says these Afghans were apprehended during Operation Zarb-i-Azb from different areas of North Waziristan Agency.
Zahir Shah Sherazi
ISPR says fighter jets destroyed five militant hideouts in Akakhel, Tirah and other areas of the agency.
A US drone killed at least seven suspected militants, including a key Haqqani commander, in Birmal Tehsil earlier.
ISPR says several militants were also injured in a major clearance operation in Spin Qamar area of Khyber Agency.
The explosion destroyed the Government Primary School, Sultan Khel without causing any loss of life.
The tribal jirga will negotiate for peace between the govt and the Taliban’s Mehsud faction led by Khan Said ‘Sajna’.
Areas targeted are said to be the main operational terror centers of banned outfits.
AIGP Usman Ghani wrote a letter to Sindh's Interior Ministry, requesting deployment of troops across the province.
Spokesman Azam Tariq says the group feels those involved in such attacks are against ulema and Islam.
Officials claim 250 kilograms of explosives had been planted inside a vehicle which was going to be used in the attack.
The latest clashes took place in the Sipah area of Bara tehsil with Operation Khyber I underway in the region.
Militants fire five rockets on the security forces' camp, resulting in the death of two personnel.
Rescue teams rushed to the site of the attack and shifted the injured to a hospital in Khar.
Key commander Daud Matta is reported to be among the militants killed after jets targeted terrorist hideouts.
Pamphlets distributed in tehsil Khar warn residents against participating in the "anti-Islamic" polio vaccination drive.
Militants say they will blow up the houses of those who leave the area.
Two mortar shells fired from across the border hit the house of a tribesman in Babra Charmang leaving one person dead.
Lashkar-i-Islam leader Haji Faqeer and his men surrendered to security forces in the Shalobar area of Khyber Agency.
Polio workers in the agency refuse to conduct vaccination drive citing non-payment of previous dues.
Pamphlets dropped in Jamrud and Bara areas warned residents of an operation in case the deadline was not met.