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US Confirms Air Strike that Killed 33 Civilians in Kunduz - Apologizes - nsnbc international | nsnbc international


US Confirms Air Strike that Killed 33 Civilians in Kunduz - Apologizes - nsnbc international | nsnbc international: Moreover, MSF stressed that the exact coordinates of the trauma clinic had been reported to all conflicting parties in the region. MSF also stressed that all conflicting parties were aware that MSF enforced a strict “no weapons policy” that also was known to all conflicting parties and that there were no armed militants in or at the clinic when the air strike was launched. The U.S. military said the attack was a mistake and apologized for it, though it did not calm criticism and demands for conducting an impartial inquiry into the incident.

Besides the above mentioned criticism, rights organizations including MSF as well as local residents and NGOs stressed that there is an urgent need to implement mechanisms that can be used to hold those who are found guilty of war crimes in “independent investigations” criminally accountable, and to assure compensations for victims.

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