kunduz airstrike

For the last hour, the American gunship had been circling high above the city, carefully observing its target with night
"'How far do you want to go?' is not a proper response to 'How far do you want us to go?'"
Dr. Kathleen Thomas was working as an intensive care doctor in the Kunduz Trauma Center when U.S. airstrikes struck. She describes a typical day in the hospital and events that unfolded during the week leading up to the attack.
Six months ago, Evangeline Cua was operating on a patient in the Kunduz Trauma Center when U.S. airstrikes turned her world upside down. These are her memories from that fateful night.
"MSF doctors and other medical staff were shot while running to reach safety in a different part of the compound."
We ought not to be blinded by media theater, or by habits of dismissing the doubts, and even the deaths, of countless people just like ourselves, overseas, whenever our government offers us its unsubstantiated explanations, its sincere good will, its apologies.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Army Green Berets who requested the Oct. 3 airstrike on the Doctors without Borders trauma center in
Doctors at the Kunduz hospital were meant to be catching up on their sleep in an underground bunker, but after five days
The U.S. military has said that the matter is under investigation. Yet another in an endless train of somber apologies; feeling families' pain but excusing all involved decision makers seems inevitable.
And 14 years into the longest of these wars, the U.S. manages to take out a hospital and kill 22 people; it then assuages its guilt with an apology and pocket change. Nothing personal, guys. Mistakes were made.
Obama should consent to a full, independent, impartial investigation of the hospital bombing by IHFFC. If that investigation shows that war crimes probably occurred, appropriate prosecutions of the U.S. chain of command should ensue.