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U.S. commander apologizes for bombing Afghan hospital, killing 42

Kunduz - The new commander of US and NATO military forces in Afghanistan apologized on Tuesday to victims of an October 2015 aerial attack on a charity hospital that killed 42 patients and staff and wounded dozens more.

Op-Ed: Evidence contradicts official account of Afghan hospital attack

Kunduz - The official account of the October 3 bombing of a hospital in Kunduz by a U.S. gunship claims it was a mistake. Through a series of unlikely mishaps the hospital was attacked rather than a compound some distance away held by the Taliban.

Op-Ed: Investigation of U.S. attack on Afghan hospital hard to believe

Kunduz - A U.S. military fact-finding investigation into an October 3 attack by an AC-130 gunship that killed 30 people found the pilot aimed at the hospital by mistake, intending to hit a compound nearby from which Taliban were firing.

Doctors Without Borders: U.S. strike targeted fleeing doctors

The international medical aid group Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) released an internal report on the deadly October 3 American bombing of its hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

U.S. general admits no direct danger to troops when hospital hit

Kunduz - The commander of United States forces in Afghanistan has admitted that the military incorrectly reported that its troops were under direct threat when an American warplane attacked a charity hospital in Kunduz, killing at least 22 innocent civilians.

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