A civilian US cargo plane crashed soon after take-off in Afghanistan, killing seven people on board.
The National Airlines Boeing 747-400 was carrying vehicles and other cargo out of Bagram Air Field, north of Kabul.
A spokeswoman for National Air Cargo, which owns the plane, confirmed everyone on board had died.
The Taliban said it was responsible for the crash on Monday but Nato dismissed the claim, saying there was no evidence of insurgent activity in the area when the aircraft went down. The cause is being investigated.
The names of those killed have not been released but they have all been confirmed as US citizens.
The National Transportation Safety Board has said it is sending a team to help the Afghanistan Ministry of Transportation and Commercial Aviation, who are in charge of the investigation.
Earlier in the week four members of the international military coalition were killed in another crash in southern Afghanistan.