PESHAWAR (AFP) Militants on Friday blew up a fuel tanker in Khyber as it headed to supply NATO troops in Afghanistan, officials said, in the second such attack in as many days. One person was injured in the bombing in the Khyber tribal district town of Landi Kotal, which lies on the main land supply route through Pakistan into Afghanistan. A bomb planted in the vehicle went off on Friday morning in Landi Kotal, blowing up the tanker and injuring the drivers assistant, top administration official Shafeerullah Khan told AFP. Khan blamed the attack on the Taliban and extremists with the Lashkar-e-Islam group. Another senior administration official, Rehan Gul Khattak, said the fire triggered by the explosion completely gutted the tanker. On Thursday, gunmen in Karachi ambushed 3 vehicles carrying NATO supplies, injuring three people, police said.