Islamabad: Suspected militants attacked
and torched two NATO oil tankers in Balochistan province of
southwest Pakistan on Saturday, security officials said.
The tankers were attacked near Mach town in Bolan
The suspected militants, who were riding motorcycles,
fired at the tankers ferrying fuel to NATO forces in
Afghanistan, officials of the Levies militia said.
The tankers caught fire and were gutted. There were no
reports of casualties.
Levies personnel cordoned off the area and launched a
search to trace the attackers.