U.S. Probe Says Afghan Hospital Attack Was 'Tragic Accident'

U.S. Probe Says Afghan Hospital Attack Was 'Tragic Accident' The U.S. investigation into a deadly attack on a hospital run by the French charity Doctors Without Borders in Afghanistan has concluded that it was an "avoidable accident" caused primarily by "human error." U.S. Army General John Campbell, the commander of international and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, told a news conference in Kabul on November 25 that the October 3 attack, which killed at least 31 people in the northern city of Kunduz, was unintentional. "U.S. forces would never intentionally strike a hospital or other protected facilities," Campbell said. Campbell revealed that "multiple errors occurred that ultimately resulted in a misidentification of --and the strike on -- the MSF trauma center." Doctors Without Border...
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