A Pakistani soldier stands near ammunition seized during a military operation against Taliban militants in the town of Miranshah in North Waziristan July 9, 2014. (REUTERS/Maqsood Mehdi)
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Pakistan's military said Tuesday that it had bombed six rebel hideouts in a northwestern district where it has been carrying out an offensive since June, killing 30 suspected militants.The assault by Pakistan's military was launched after a dramatic attack by militants on Karachi airport that killed dozens of people and marked the end of a faltering peace process with the Pakistani Taliban.More than 550 militants and 29 soldiers have been killed in the assault so far, according to the military.
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