Militants ambush security post in Khyber Agency, 5 personnel hurt.
Khyber Agency Khyber (Urdu: خیبر) is a tribal area in FATA region of Pakistan. Overview
Official sources said that a group of militants ambushed the security forces post at Akka Khel area of the tribal agency, resulted injuries to five personnel.
Militants were later fled away in retaliatory re·tal·i·ate
v. re·tal·i·at·ed, re·tal·i·at·ing, re·tal·i·ates
To return like for like, especially evil for evil.
To pay back (an injury) in kind. action.
Security forces have initiated a drive to defuse planted land mines in the area officials said adding that four bomb were defused by the forces which had been planted by the terrorists.
In the mean time, militants ambushed the post injuring five soldiers. This area of Khyber Agency lies besides the Pakistan-Afghanistan Highway close to the Torkham entry point. Militants taking shelter in the area often attack NATO NATO: see North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
in full North Atlantic Treaty Organization
International military alliance created to defend western Europe against a possible Soviet invasion. supply vehicles. Militants' presence in Tirrah Valley has caused a large number of tribal families to move to Peshawar and surrounding areas due to internal clashes amongst the outfits. Security forces are also engaged in aerial strikes against militants in the inaccessible Tirrah Valley.