Suspected terrorists attack NATO supply terminal in Pakistan

Dozens of suspected terrorists fired rockets at a transport terminal in northwestern Pakistan that is used to ship supplies to NATO troops based in Afghanistan, police said Saturday morning. Police official Zahur Khan said 12 shipping containers were damaged in the attack in Peshawar, capital of troubled North West Frontier Province. Afghan-based US and NATO forces get up to 75 percent of their supplies via routes through Pakistan. A number of attacks have been staged on the supplies routes.