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PESHAWAR, Pakistan – Insurgents blew up  a bridge in northwestern Pakistan, cutting a major supply line for Western troops in Afghanistan.  A NATO spokesman confirmed that supplies along the route has been halted but said the alliance was in no danger of running out of food, equipment of fuel. This latest attack highlights the urgent need NATO and the U.S. have for an alternate supply route to the landlocked nation of Afghanistan through nations to it’s north.

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