Taliban militants launched a pre-dawn raid on a NATO terminal in Pakistan on Sunday, torching 65 trucks carrying supplies for troops in Afghanistan and killing a guard, police said. Around 250 militants surrounded the terminal outside the northwestern city of Peshawar and disarmed about a dozen security guards before dousing the trucks in petrol and setting them alight, they said. "They stormed the main terminal and set ablaze each and every truck parked there," one police official said. One of the guards was shot and killed during the incident, senior police officer told. He said the trucks were loaded with supplies for NATO troops in Afghanistan.