Gunmen attack NATO supply convoy in Pakistan, killing 2
Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN) — Gunmen opened fire on a convoy of trucks in northwestern Pakistan that were carrying provisions for NATO forces in Afghanistan, killing two people.
It was the first attack on the supply routes since they were reopened earlier this month, a local official said.
The assault was carried out by more than 12 men riding motorbikes, said Ubaid Ullah, an official in Khyber Agency, the district where the convoy was attacked. Khyber Agency and six other districts are part of Pakistan’s volatile tribal region that borders Afghanistan.
Two people were killed, and three others