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MSF: ‘Taliban not operating from Kunduz hospital’ – BBC News

Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has called for an independent investigation of an air strike on its hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
MSF said it is “disgusted” by Afghan government statements justifying the violence, calling it an “admission of a war crime”.
MSF said the statement implies US and Afghan forces decided to bomb the hospital because of claims Taliban members were inside. Vickie Hawkins, from MSF UK, insisted that there were no members of the Taliban operating from inside the hospital.
The US is investigating the incident.

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