NATO fighter jets violate Pak airspace over Khyber agency

      Two NATO fighter jets reportedly flew inside Pakistan’s airspace for nearly two hours on Saturday. The airspace violation took place in different parts of the Khyber Agency bordering the Afghan border. The aircraft were seen hovering over Bacha Mina, Khwaga Khel, Sheikh Mal Khel, Piro Khel, Ashmali Khel, and Loya Shalman areas creating panic and unrest among the local residents. This is the first time that fighter jets of the allied forces have violated Pakistan’s airspace. Violation by helicopter gunships have been frequently reported in the recent past, The Nation reports.

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