At least four guerrillas were killed and five others wounded in a missile attack by a spy plane in the U.S. in Pakistan tribal region near the Afghan border, Thursday. The attack occurred in Shanakhora village in North Waziristan, an area called Washington as a place to hide and plan for guerrilla attacks on Western troops stationed in Afghanistan.
"The attack reconnaissance planes to the U.S. targeted a compound that guerrillas killed four people and wounding five other people," said a senior security official in the area told AFP. He added that two missiles were fired from an aircraft the U.S. spy. Another security official to ensure the attack. "The compound used by Taliban insurgents, but it is not clear whether there is a foreign guerrillas or high-value targets," the official said.