NATO tankers

A Pakistani man looks at the burning <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV000049" title="NATO" href="/topic/unrest-conflicts-war/nato-ORGOV000049.topic">NATO</a> supply oil tankers and goods trucks at a terminal following an attack by gunmen in Quetta. Up to 20 trucks were ablaze after a rocket attack on a NATO trucking terminal in Quetta, the capital of the southwestern Pakistani province of Baluchistan, officials said. A number of oil tankers and goods trucks were parked in the temporary terminal after <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000020" title="Pakistan" href="/topic/international/pakistan-PLGEO00000020.topic">Pakistan</a> shut down supply lines for troops in Afghanistan in anger at a deadly NATO cross-border air strike which killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

( Getty Images / December 8, 2011 )

A Pakistani man looks at the burning NATO supply oil tankers and goods trucks at a terminal following an attack by gunmen in Quetta. Up to 20 trucks were ablaze after a rocket attack on a NATO trucking terminal in Quetta, the capital of the southwestern Pakistani province of Baluchistan, officials said. A number of oil tankers and goods trucks were parked in the temporary terminal after Pakistan shut down supply lines for troops in Afghanistan in anger at a deadly NATO cross-border air strike which killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

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