ZHANG: Another attack in Pakistan to tell you about. For the third time in a week, Taliban operatives in the country torched trucks and containers full of supplies meant for Western forces in Afghanistan. STORY: Having tried to set ablaze dozens of trucks late Thursday night without much success, the militants struck again early this morning. They hurled petrol bombs on one of the terminals where trucks and containers with supplies for NATO forces were parked. According to police officials, six vehicles, including two US military trucks and four containers, were burnt to ashes. Local television channels, quoting officials from the terminal, put the number at 12. No loss of life has been reported. Security officials say they are facing great problems in tackling these attacks. The route from Peshawar through the Khyber Pass to the border is the most important supply line for US and NATO forces fighting a Taliban insurgency in landlocked Afghanistan.