Explosions hit Pak-Afghan highway
The highway is used by oil tankers supplying supplies to US and NATO troops.
Peshawar: Two explosions went off on Monday on the Pakistan-Afghanistan highway that is used by oil tankers and trucks supplying supplies to US and NATO troops, though there were no causalities.
The bombs went off in Zantara Wali Khail area of Khyber tribal region.
The political administration said the possible target of the blasts could have been oil tankers supplying fuel to NATO forces in Afghanistan.
Soon after the incident, security forces reached the spot and cordoned off the area.