Several Pakistani militants attacked late Thursday NATO's fuel reserves. People armed with grenades and automatic weapons destroyed over 22 tanks that store fuel for supply NATO troops in Afghanistan, CNN.
The attack occurred near Quetta, capital of Balochistan. Tanks stationed there from November 26, after Pakistan closed NATO supply routes to Afghanistan after an air strike protesting the soldiers were killed 24 Pakistanis.
Over 40% of NATO supplies for Afghanistan's services flow through Pakistani territory. For two years NATO has undergone a series of attacks on supply vehicles within pakistenez and redirected as a result of some of them on a circuitous route that traverses Central Asia.