ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistani intelligence officials say five German militants are believed to have been killed in an American missile strike close to the Afghan border.
The officials say the missiles hit a house in the town of Mir Ali in North Waziristan region late Monday.
Two say the victims were believed to be German citizens in the region for terrorist training.
A third says they were believed to be foreigners, but gave no details.
The officials spoke anonymously because their agency does not permit operatives to be named in the media.
Killing so many Western militants in a single strike would be unusual.
U.S. officials rarely confirm the identities of those who are being targeted by the CIA-led missile campaign.