Pakistani planes bombed sites in Khost province’s Spurra district.Local 30 individuals killed including women and children.
At least 26 Pakistani planes bombed the villages of Mirpar, Mandeh, Shaidi, and Kai in Khost province’s Spura district.
Mostaghfar Gerbz, a spokesman for the Taliban police chief in Khost province, confirmed the attack to the 8 Sobh newspaper.
According to King Jamshid, a leader of a significant ethnic group in the Waziristan region, 30 people were slain in the strikes, including women and children. Gerbz, on the other hand, stated that he was uninformed of the bombing’s casualties.
On the other hand, at around 9:00 a.m. on Friday, Pakistani troops clashed with Taliban forces in the Gorbz district’s Masterbel area.
Meanwhile, TOLO news tweeted, “Media reports as well as interviews with a number of eyewitnesses reveal that Pakistani forces carried out airstrikes in two locations of Afghanistan’s eastern Kunar and southeastern Khost provinces on Friday night.”
According to Pakistani media, Pakistani airstrikes in North Waziristan killed a number of anti-government militants. Nonetheless, Pakistani soldiers conducted out airstrikes in two districts of Afghanistan’s eastern Kunar and southeastern Khost provinces on Friday night.
According to Pakistani media, a number of anti-government militants were killed in Pakistani airstrikes in North Waziristan. However, neither the Pakistani government nor the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs have yet commented on the situation.
According to Afghan media, “a tribal elder from Waziristan who lives in Khost reported that Pakistani troops’ aircraft targeted a Waziristan migrants’ camp in the area, killing or injuring at least 30 people.”
Meanwhile, five individuals were reported dead in Kunar by eyewitnesses an airstrike by Pakistani forces in the province.