epa02511092 A Pakistani security official secures the scene as smoke billows from the oil tanker used to transport oil to NATO forces in Afghanistan, after a bomb planted on it exploded, a man injuring, near the Afghan border in Chaman, Pakistan on 31 December 2010. Over the last years tankers carrying oil for NATO troops have been regularly targeted by the Islamic militants on both sides of the border.US and NATO forces in landlocked Afghanistan get around 75 per cent of their food and military supplies through Pakistan. EPA/MATIULLAH ACHAKZAI
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