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BERLIN - DECEMBER 16: German left-wing party Die Linke politician Dagmar Enkelmann attends questioning at the German Bundestag over the German-ordered bombing of Taliban-hijacked gasoline transporters near Kunduz in Afghanistan on December 16, 2009 in Berlin, Germany. Scores of civilians, in addition to many Taliban fighters, were killed in the bombing, and the subsequent political fallout cost both a German Defense Minister and the Chief of Staff their jobs. Opposition politicians reacted with frustration and indignation today as State Secretary of the Ministry of Defense Christian Schmidt and State Secretary for the government Eckart von Klaeden deflected all of their questions. The Bundestag has launched a special commision to investigate the circumstances around the bombing. (Photo by Sean Gallup)

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