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NATO denies civilians killed in air strike

Kabul : Afghanistan | Sep 16, 2012 at 4:32 AM PDT
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Afghan official Abdul Khaliq Husaine said women normally go out to collect wood in the night, and that they came under attack in the early hours of Sunday morning. The incident took place in the Alingar district of eastern Afghanistan's Laghman province, he said. FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
 
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