Nine killed in US air strike on Pakistan school
A US airstrike in Pakistan has killed nine people at a religious school in the North-west of the country.
It was claimed the school, on the outskirts of Miran Shah, the main town in the North Waziristan region, had links to the Taliban.
Four of those killed in the attack were found in the rubble of the school. Two others were injured.
The attack is being seen as a sign of US frustration at Pakistan's approach to counter-terrorism.
It came within hours of Pakistan's parliament warning against any incursions on Pakistani soil. MPs called for a review of national security, making talks with militants the top priority.
Unnamed intelligence officials told the Associated Press that the religious school belonged to a local pro-Taliban cleric who had been linked to the veteran Taliban commander Jalaluddin Haqqani, considered a top target of the US.