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Suspected US Missile Strike Hits Taliban Commander's House

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Residents in Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal area say a suspected U.S. missile strike hit a house and a seminary linked to a top Taliban commander, killing at least 10 people. VOA's Barry Newhouse reports from Islamabad the strike comes as Asif Ali Zardari prepares to be sworn in as Pakistan's president on Tuesday.


TVNL Comment:  This is the FIFTH US stike in a sovereign nation in which we have NO legal right to launch military attacks.  Is anyone reacting?  Anyone????

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