A suspected U.S. drone strike killed up to 30 people Thursday after targeting a meeting of local elders in Pakistan's remote tribal areas, intelligence officials told CNN.
Two intelligence officials said the drone fired two missiles on the jirga meeting in the area of Data Khel of North Waziristan, one of the seven districts of Pakistan's volatile tribal region bordering Afghanistan.
One official said 30 died in the strike, while a second official said that 24 had died. There was no explanation for the discrepancy.
An additional 14 people were reported injured, including some civilians, the sources said.