ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- A man walked into a Jandola, Pakistan, restaurant and set off an explosive device Thursday, killing 11 people, police said.
Seven other people were wounded in the explosion, which officials said targeted members of the pro-government Turkistan tribe at the restaurant, CNN reported.
Police said the attack was likely a part of a continuing fight between militants loyal to Taliban leader Baitullah Mehsud and members of the Turkistan tribe.
Meanwhile, a suspected U.S. missile strike killed seven people in the tribal region Wednesday, CNN said. The strike happened near the village of Makeen in south Waziristan province, an area known to be a stronghold of Mehsud.
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