The victims were believed to be allied with Maulvi Nazir, a prominent militant commander in the area, according to officials. – File Photo by Reuters

MIRAMSHAH: Three US drone attacks killed 18 suspected militants in South and North Waziristan on Wednesday.

Four missiles hit a vehicle carrying suspected militants from Razmak road to Tappi area, some 10km east of Miramshah, the headquarters of North Waziristan Agency.

All eight people on board the vehicle were killed.

The vehicles was destroyed The mutilated bodies were behind recognition.

AP adds: Earlier, missiles targeted a vehicle and a compound near Wana, the main town in South Waziristan Agency, killing 10 people.

The victims were believed to be allied with Maulvi Nazir, a prominent militant commander in the area, according to officials.

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