NATO vehilces sent back to Peshawar

NATO vehilces sent back to Peshawar

Peshawar : Pakistan | Nov 28, 2011 at 2:21 AM PST
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Pakistan halts NATO supplies to Afghanistan after attack - September 30, 2010

some thirty eight NATO supply vehilces including oil tankers out of total one hundred and forty five have been sent back from torkham border to peshawar side with complete security here on Monday. On the condition of anonymity the political official official said that they had been directed by their high-ups to send back all the parked vehicles carrying NATO supply commodities and oil back to Peshawar side from torkham border to avert any untoward situation on the border. Maximum security has been provided to the vehicles while sending them back, the official added. It is to be recalled that Pakistan suspended NATO supply to Afghanistan in reaction to the NATO air strikes on Pak forces' check posts in Mohmand Agency that caused huge life loss to the forces

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Trucks and tankers carrying supplies for NATO forces in Afghanistan burn following an attack
Trucks and tankers carrying supplies for NATO forces in Afghanistan burn following an attack
sudhir is based in Peshawar, North West Frontier, Pakistan, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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