PESHAWAR (AFP/Reuters) Up to 100 militants armed with guns and rockets attacked a military camp in Khyber early Wednesday, sparking clashes that killed six soldiers and 25 rebels, officials said. In the Khyber tribal district that straddles NATO supply lines, military said 80 to 100 militants armed with guns, rockets and suicide vehicles attacked a paramilitary camp, sparking clashes that killed six soldiers. Troops said they repelled the militants from storming the paramilitary Frontier Corps camp in Khyber. Around 100 militants launched an attack on the camp in Jansi near Bara town around 2:00 am, said local administration chief Shafirullah Wazir. Security forces effectively responded and repulsed the attack. During an exchange of fire with security forces, about 25 terrorists were killed and more than 30 were injured, the military said. Six security force personnel were killed and 15 others wounded, while vehicles rigged up with explosives were destroyed. There was one suicide bomber among the attackers who blew himself up during the fighting and killed five soldiers, a security official told Reuters. Several militant groups, including Tehreek-e-Taliban faction and local extremist group Lashkar-e-Islam are active in Khyber, where militants frequent attack security forces and supply convoys. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the bloody pre-dawn raid.