A resident points to the site where Indian aircraft allegedly dropped munitions near Jaba village in Pakistan [Asif Shahzad/Reuters]

Satellite images show a religious school run by Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) in northeastern Pakistan still appears to be standing days after India claimed warplanes destroyed it and killed a large number of fighters.

The images produced by Planet Labs Inc, a San Francisco-based private satellite operator, show at least six buildings on the madrasa site on March 4 – six days after the air strikes. Until now, no high-resolution satellite images were publicly available.

The images are virtually unchanged from

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