Pakistan: A violent clash broke out between two tribes in the northwestern region of Pakistan killing at least 16 people on Monday, ARY news reported.
The incident occurred between the Sunnykhel and Zarghun Khel tribes in the Darra Adam Khek area, around 35 km southwest of Peshawar, in Kohat district over the delimitation of the mine, they added.
The bodies and those injured were shifted to a Peshawar hospital. The exact number of injured people was not immediately known, but there were casualties on both sides in the exchange of fire, police said.
Joint teams of police and other security forces rushed to the site and halted the firing between the rival tribes.
An FIR in connection with the incident has been registered at the Darra Adam Khel police station.
The dispute between the Sunnykhel and Zarghun Khel tribes over the delimitation of the coal mine has been continuing for the last couple of years and many reconciliation "jirgas" have been held in a bid to end the deadlock.
(With inputs from PTI)