http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/7769758.stm More than 90 lorries supplying US forces in Afghanistan have been set on fire in a suspected militant attack in north-west Pakistan, police say. Police said at least one person was killed as about 300 gunmen using rockets overpowered the guards at a terminal near the city of Peshawar. Some of the lorries were laden with Humvee armoured vehicles. There have been a series of attacks on convoys recently - although not on this scale, says the BBC's Martin Patience. The road from Peshawar to Afghanistan is a major supply route for US and Western forces battling against the Taleban. A US spokesman, Lt Col Rumi Nielsen-Green, said the incident was "militarily insignificant". "So far there hasn't been a significant loss or impact to our mission," she said. But, with 300 lorries crossing the border each day, military officials will be deeply concerned that their supply line can be disrupted in this manner, our correspondent in the Afghan capital, Kabul, says. Really not a good sign is it?