DERA ISMAIL KHAN (Agencies) - A recent US missile strike in the tribal region killed three Egyptians linked to the Haqqani network, including one who played a key role in handling the militant groups finances, intelligence officials said Sunday. The three men were killed Friday when a drone fired missiles at a car near Miranshah, the main town in North Waziristan, said the officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to talk to the media. A fourth person was also killed but has not been identified. One of the Egyptians killed Friday was a 28-year-old man named Abdullah who helped handle the Haqqani networks finances in Pakistan and Afghanistan, said the intelligence officials. He was known locally as Nadeem. On Thursday, a missile attack close to Miranshah killed Janbaz Zadran, who US officials said was a top commander in the network who helped orchestrate attacks in Kabul and southeastern Afghanistan. They said he was the most senior Haqqani leader in Pakistan to be taken off the battlefield.