Pakistani Taliban Claim Responsibility For The Attack NATO Convoy

>> Monday, October 4, 2010

The group conducted attacks on supply lines to continue in Pakistan until they completely stopped - Monday's attack, which killed three people was the third such strike in Pakistan in as many days.

Azam Tariq spokesman said a new wing of the group was created convoys and attacks on strike "would continue until the supply is completely stopped."

The attack took place on a power line by the Pakistani authorities shut to protest against an attack helicopter that killed three NATO soldiers on the border in Pakistan last week.

It will get to the pins of the circuit, which exacerbated tensions between Washington and Islamabad, but was greeted by Islamic groups opposed to Pakistan's support of the U.S. war in Afghanistan.

The attackers opened fire on the trucks in a terminal ill-guarded before it on fire, said he and other officers were parked.

The trucks were en route or waiting to travel to the Torkham border along the famous Khyber Pass, which is used for military vehicles, parts, clothing and other supplies to fuel non-lethal for foreign troops in Afghanistan. Pakistan, another major road in Afghanistan about, Chaman in the south-west, remained open.

While NATO and U.S. alternative supply routes into Afghanistan, the Pakistanis are cheaper and more convenient. Most non-lethal supplies to coalition transport on Pakistani soil after being loaded on the docks in Karachi.

On Friday, a day after the conclusion of the Khyber Pass road to the movement of NATO and the United States, there are two attacks on oil tankers under the leadership of the country. The convoys a few days the border after the departure of Karachi to reach and make frequent stops.

Over the past two years, often they were attacked by militants, mostly in the border area of north-west where the militants are strongest. They have also been targeted by criminals, who may sell clothes, vehicles and other equipment they carry.


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