At least 15 Pakistani people have been killed as a US drone fired missiles into alleged al-Qaeda and Taliban targets in near Pakistan-Afghanistan border.
A drone fired two missiles Saturday targeting a seminary building and a car in North Waziristan region, Press TV has learned.
Several persons were trapped under the debris of the seminary building after the attack.
US spy planes were still hovering over the region creating panic and fear among the residents.
It was the third time such attack has happened this month.
Eight people were killed earlier this week in a similar attack in neighboring South Waziristan.
Over 600 people have been killed in such attacks, which started under the Bush administration.
The tribal regions along the shared border between Pakistan and Afghanistan have become a usual target of US drone attacks — which are in most cases acknowledged by Washington.