Security officials escort arrested terror suspect Naeem Bukhara in front of the media in Karachi February 12, 2016. REUTERS/Sahib Zaman/APP/Handout via Reuters
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Pakistani security forces Saturday killed at least five militants in a gunfight in a restive northwestern tribal district bordering Afghanistan, the military said.Troops encountered the militants near Ghalanai, the main town of Mohmand, one of the seven tribal border districts which have been home to Al-Qaeda and Taliban-led militants.Pakistan's army stepped up its offensive in the region after the Taliban's massacre of 153 people, mostly children, in Peshawar in December 2014, and killed or pushed hundreds of militants to Afghanistan.
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