12 Killed in Pakistan Drone Strike

    Pakistani protesters gather beside a burning US flag during a demonstration in Multan on May 25, 2012 against the US drone attacks in Pakistani tribal belt.  A US drone strike on May 24, killed eight militants in a Taliban stronghold of Pakistan's tribal belt, bringing the death toll from such strikes to 12 in two days, Pakistani officials said. Pakistani-US relations went into free fall last year, starting when a CIA contractor shot dead two Pakistanis, then over the American raid that killed bin Laden on May 2 and lastly over US air strikes that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers in November.  AFP PHOTO / S.S MIRZA        (Photo credit should read S.S MIRZA/AFP/GettyImages)

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    A U.S. unmanned drone reportedly killed 10 suspected militants at a funeral Sunday for two men killed by a strike the day before. Intelligence officials in Pakistan say the drone fired four missiles in Mana Ragzhai, a village near the border with Afghanistan. The target was a gathering of men to honor a militant commander. It was the sixth U.S. drone strike in two weeks and the second of the weekend. Pakistanis have been angered by U.S. drone strikes in the country, many of them aimed against targets in the tribal areas of Waziristan, where al Qaeda and the Taliban are thought to operate with their affiliates.

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