Pakistan Army soldiers patrol on a vehicle in the premises of Jinnah International Airport, after a gunfire attack on a security academy run by the Airports Security Force (ASF) in Karachi June 10, 2014. REUTERS
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Pakistani fighter jets pounded suspected Taliban hideouts in the tribal North Waziristan region Sunday in response to an audacious attack on the country's busiest airport a week ago, regional intelligence sources said.Nearly 80 militants, mainly ethnic Uzbek fighters, have been killed in the latest air assault in the region bordering Afghanistan where some of Pakistan's most feared militants and al Qaeda commanders are based, sources said.After the Karachi attack, in which 38 people were killed, U.S. drones conducted the first air strikes in Pakistan since the start of the year, hitting militant positions.
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