U.S. drone strikes have restarted in Pakistan.

FOX's Jennifer Griffin reports from the Pentagon:

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The U.S. has carried out the first drone strike on Pakistani territory since a border incident in November left 24 Pakistani troops dead.  In the wake of that incident, Pakistan closed its border with Afghanistan, halting U.S. military supplies from crossing through Pakistani territory.  Those land routes remain closed.  The Pakistanis also forced the U.S. to abandon an air base, which had been used as part of the drone program.

The strike targeted three militants.  It is the first strike since the tension with Pakistan reached its peak last year.

At the Pentagon, Jennifer Griffin, FOX News Radio.