Coordinates: 34°48′N 71°28′E / 34.800°N 71.467°E / 34.800; 71.467
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Damadola is a village in the Bajaur District of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in Pakistan, about 7 km (4.3 mi) from the Afghanistan border, it is located at 34° 48' 20N 71° 28' 0E at an altitude of 1082 metres (3553 feet).[1] The village gained international attention in early 2006 after the U.S. launched an airstrike on Damadola killing at least 18 people.[2] It was captured by Frontier Corps from Taliban by February 6, 2010.[3]

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34°48′N 71°28′E / 34.800°N 71.467°E / 34.800; 71.467