Taliban militants attacked an Army convoy on Monday in a northwestern region covered by an increasingly fragile peace pact, killing one soldier and dealing another blow to an agreement seen in the West as a capitulation to extremists. Monday's attack took place early in the morning in Bari Kot region of Swat, said police officer Ayaz Khan. An army officer said militants used rocket and gunfire to attack the convoy, but security forces repelled the attack. One soldier was killed and one injured, he said, asking for anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the matter. The Taliban were not immediately available for comment.