Ben Arnoldy

South Asia Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor

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In Afghanistan today, officials say a NATO air strike on two fuel trucks has killed up to ninety people.

NATO Airstrikes in Afghanistan Kill Scores

In Afghanistan today, officials say a NATO air strike on two fuel trucks has killed up to ninety people.

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A US soldier reportedly has been captured by a terrorist group in Afghanistan.

US Military Launches Offensive in Afghanistan

A US soldier reportedly has been captured by a terrorist group in Afghanistan.

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