The clash between the groups began over the murders of the religious leaders of the Zakhakhel tribe. – File Photo by Reuters

PESHAWAR: Four more persons were killed and several families started to migrate to safer places as armed clashes between two rival militant factions continued on Sunday in the remote Tirah valley of Khyber Agency.

Sources said that clashes continued between Lanshkar-i-Islam (LI) and its rival group Ansaarul Insar to take control of Dars Jumaat base in Akkakhel area, more than a dozen tribesmen have been killed so far in last ten days.

The clash between the groups began over the murders of the religious leaders of the Zakhakhel tribe.

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