Taliban rebels torched 10 trucks contracted by NATO to supply its forces in Afghanistan after closing a key route across the border in northwest Pakistan, officials said Wednesday. "Militants sprinkled oil and then fired rockets at a terminal in the border town of Landi Kotal" late Tuesday, said local government official Rahat Gul. The attack triggered a blaze that gutted eight containers mounted on parked lorries and badly damaged two others, he said. The terminal is near a bridge which was blown up by militants on Tuesday suspending traffic between Peshawar and the Torkham border crossing into Afghanistan across the famed Khyber Pass.