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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.
Afghan forces are also massing around Kunduz for what is likely to be a protracted battle to retake the strategic city of 300,000 inhabitants.
U.S. warplanes carried out two airstrikes on Taliban positions, but government ground troops sent to try to retake Kunduz.
A May bombing in Farah province, says Wardak, killed 143 people; 96 were women and children under 18. "All over the world