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KUNDUZ, Afghanistan - Dozens of people were feared dead Friday in an explosion involving fuel tankers in northern Afghanistan that followed a NATO airstrike in the area, Afghan officials said.
NATO forces confirmed that they had carried out an airstrike, and said their target was insurgents. They had no immediate information about the report of the explosion and casualties.
Quoting a police source, NBC News reported that the Taliban had hijacked two tankers. The high-ranking police official, who did not want to be identified, said that NATO forces later called in an airstrike which blew
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One police official estimated at least 90 people were killed, and that 40 of them were civilians, including some who were receiving fuel being distributed by militants at the crossing.