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FIGHTER jets pounded militant hide-outs in north-western Pakistan yesterday, killing 18 suspected fighters, an official said.
Defense and counterterrorism officials say Washington has been quietly supplying military equipment, intelligence and training to Yemen to destroy suspected al-Qaeda hide-outs.
The US has also increased training, intelligence and military equipment provided to Yemeni forces, helping them to stage raids against suspected al Qaeda hide-outs.
Al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula is believed to have gained strength as militants from Afghanistan and Pakistan sought safe haven in its hide-outs.
Pakistani fighter jets bombed suspected militant hide-outs yesterday in a tribal region where the military had previously declared victory over the Taliban, killing eight alleged extremists a day after the end of a deadly siege of the army's headquarters.
Summary: <p>Helicopter gunships pummeled a key Taliban commander's bases in Pakistan's northwest, killing at least 12 insurgents Thursday as government forces ratcheted up pressure on the militants following their top leader's reported death, officials said.AaMilitary helicopters dest royed several bases and hide-outs Thursday morning near the Kurram.
As hide-outs go, Padma certainly beats a dingy cave or drafty cellar..
Empty buildings attract vagrants and act as hide-outs and bases for criminal activity.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani troops backed by helicopters and artillery yesterday attacked suspected militant hide-outs in tribal areas close to the Afghan border, killing 40 rebels and arresting 30.
US warplanes renewed strikes against suspected terrorist hide-outs in Afghanistan today amid reports al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden had fled to Pakistan.
They said they had driven back the al-Qaeda force and made them fall back towards their hide-outs.