Six Pakistani soldiers were wounded in a suicide attack in Pakistan's restive North Waziristan region late on November 10, officials told RFE/RL. The suicide bomber blew himself up near the armored army vehicle in Naurak village near the town of Mir Ali. No group has claimed responsibility yet for the attack, which is the seventh targeting the military in North Waziristan this year. To read the original Radio Mashaal story click here.
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