A clash in Pakistan's northwest has left six militants and five members of an anti-Taliban militia dead.
The firefight took place late on October 5 in the Akakhel village of the Khyber tribal district near the Afghan border.
Officials told news agencies privately that the attackers were linked to Lashkar-e Islam, an outlawed militant group active in the region.
Islamist insurgents routinely attack security forces and pro-government tribesmen in Khyber, which serves as a major supply route for U.S. and NATO troops battling the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Based on reporting by dpa and saach.tv