U.S. drone fires missile , kills 6 in Pakistan
The US led coalition force is using most sophisticated weapons to kill the innocent under the disguise of hidden terrorist. Who ever dies finally turn out to be a terrorist.
A suspected U.S. drone fired at least one missile on Thursday into a Pakistani region on the Afghan border regarded as a militant haven, Pakistani intelligence agency officials said.
The missile hit a house in the village of Sam in South Waziristan, in an area known as a stronghold of Baitullah Mehsud, head of Pakistani Taliban militants.
"There may be casualties, we are checking," said an intelligence official, who declined to be identified.
U.S.-operated pilotless drones have stepped up strikes in Pakistan since the beginning of September, firing missiles at suspected militants 11 times and killing dozens of people, most of them militants, Pakistani security officials have said.
Another intelligence official said two missiles were fired on Thursday.
"Drones are still flying in the area. No one is going close as they fear more missiles could be fired," the second official said.
A resident of Sam said by telephone two big explosions had shaken the village.