Civilian Aircraft Crashes in Afghanistan

    BAGRAM AIR BASE, AFGHANISTAN - MARCH 3: A C-130 cargo plane lifts off on March 3, 2009 at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. Following U.S. President Barack Obama`s executive order closing the Guantanamo Bay Prison Camp, Bagram Air Base is slated for a $60 million expansion, nearly doubling the size of the prison at Bagram. Currently the base north of the Afghan capital Kabul holds over 600 prisoners classified as enemy combatants.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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    A civilian cargo aircraft crashed in an airfield north of Kabul on Monday. A spokesman for the U.S.-led military coalition in Afghanistan said the aircraft was at a low altitude when it went down, but he had no information about whom the aircraft belonged to or how many were on board. Whether or not there were any casualties is also unknown at this point.

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