Afghan men gather at a burned out fuel truck, supplying a US-run base, after being targeted by a bomb near Bagram air base some 50 kilometers north of Kabul on October 26, 2011.
Taliban militants have attacked a convoy of NATO supply vehicles transporting goods and fuel for US-led forces and set a tanker on fire in Afghanistan's western province of Herat, Press TV reports.
The incident took place only a few days after militants destroyed over a dozen NATO supply vehicles carrying goods and fuel for US-led troops in southern Afghanistan.
The attack was carried out on the highway that links Herat to Kandahar in Farah Province late on Wednesday.
In another similar incident on Tuesday, a convoy of NATO tankers and supply vehicles came under attack in the southern province of Zabul.
Trucks carrying supplies from Pakistan to the US-led forces deployed in Afghanistan come under frequent attacks in the war-torn country.
Pakistan is the cheapest way for the Western military alliance to dispatch supplies to the foreign forces in the neighboring landlocked country.