The US military said "new information" has emerged regarding allegations that American airstrikes killed scores of Afghan civilians, and that a senior military official would review the findings of an American investigation that found only up to seven civilians died. The military yesterday did not say what new information had emerged, but Afghan and Western officials say Afghanistan's intelligence agency and the United Nations both have videos of the aftermath of the bombing of Azizabad village that shows dozens of dead civilians.  An Afghan government commission has said 90 civilians, including 60 children and 15 women, died in the Aug 22 bombings, a finding that the UN backed in its own initial report.  A US investigation released last Tuesday said up to seven civilians and 35 militants were killed in the operation in Azizabad in the western province of Herat. Even though the US said Tuesday that its investigation was complete, the military appeared to leave open the possibility that photographs or video of the scene could emerge. American officials said privately that they were aware photographic evidence apparently existed, but that they did not have access to it. "No other evidence that may have been collected by other organisations was provided to the US Investigating Officer and therefore could not be considered in the findings," the initial US report said. Yesterday, Gen David McKiernan - the senior US officer in Afghanistan and the commander of the 40-nation NATO-led mission - requested that an American general travel from US Central Command in Florida to Afghanistan to review the US investigation.