An Afghanistan Hospital May Have Been Bombed By The US
A U.S. military spokesman said airstrikes in the city of Kunduz might be responsible for the death of at least nine Doctors Without Borders staffers.By Jake Godin | October 3, 2015
The medical charity says its hospital in Kunduz came under sustained bombing Saturday morning. Both the Afghan and U.S. governments were told of the hospital's location well before the bombing. (Video via Channel 4)
According to MSF, 37 people were seriously injured, 19 of which were staff members. Twelve MSF staffers and seven patients were killed. However, the organization's statement also said many patients and staffers are still unaccounted for.