U.S. Drones Kill Militant in Pakistan

Drones took out another suspected militant in Pakistan, this time Khan Mohammed, deputy leader of a group led by his cousin Maulvi Nazir. Drones fired six missiles at his pickup truck, killing Khan Mohammed, Nazir's younger brother, and three other militants. Three others were injured in the attack, intelligence officials tell the Associated Press. Nazir is accused of working with the Taliban and al Qaeda to strike troops in Afghanistan, and he is also believed to have close ties with Pakistani intelligence.