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In Afghanistan, US Airstrike Hits Kunduz Hospital

In Afghanistan, US Airstrike Hits Kunduz Hospital

In Afghanistan, US Airstrike Hits Kunduz Hospital

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Follow us on:   In Afghanistan, US Airstrike Hits Kunduz Hospital Photo © 2015 Human Rights Watch United States (US) airstrikes hit a Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, raising grave concerns about whether US forces took sufficient precautions to identify and avoid striking the facility. The hospital was hit several times in the early morning hours last Saturday, during sustained bombing that was apparently aimed at insurgent forces in the vicinity. At least 12 medical staff and 10 patients – three of them children – were killed. The hospital was treating 105 patients at the time of the attack.
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