Drone attack may have killed Taliban's Mahsud

A drone attack in Pakistan might have killed Pakistani Taliban leader Hakimullah Mahsud in a strike that killed 16 people. Taliban figures denied Mahsud was killed, while Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani objected to an increased number of drone strikes in the troubled tribal region of Pakistan, saying the attacks could undermine the nation's sovereignty.

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