Reports that a Madrassa in the Bajaur region of Pakistan has been bombed. The Madrassa is suspected of containing Al-Queda trainees or operatives. News reports seem to be conflicting as to what occurred. One report states that it was bombed by Pakistani helicopters and that about 80 terrorist were killed. The article even has pictures purporting to be of the dead on makeshift tables. See Yahoo News.
The Blotter of ABC news has a story stating that the attack was carried out by a US Predator drone and that between 2 and 5 senior Al-queda Members were killed. The target, according to Pakistani Intelligence sources, was Ayman al Zawahiri, Al-Queda's No. 2. This sounds more like the attack in January 13, 2006 than the current attack. Pakistani Observer
If you recall the region is in what is now called the Islamic Emirate of Waziristan. See post below The Islamic Emirate of Waziristan. I think that the rats are getting comfortable and starting to scurry about.
Update: I may be wrong on where this incident took place. There is still a conflict between the stories and I still believe that Al-Queda and the Taliban are being heavily hunted in this region. According to Newsday.com,Pakistan army shells religious school, the incident was north of the tribal areas know as The Islamic Emirate of Waziristan. This incident occurred in the Bajaur tribal zone, which is reportedly near Damadola, Pakistan. The coordinates for Damadola are
34° 48' 20N,71° 28'0E (Fallingrain.com).
Plug these into Google Earth and this is the image: