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16 dead after hospital hit by airstrike

Nine Doctors Without Borders staff along with seven patients, including three children, were killed after an apparent U.S. airstrike hit the international charity's hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz. Jason Cone, the executive director for Doctors Without Borders in the U.S., told NBC News that another 37 others were injured in the strike, including 19 staff members in critical condition, and 18 patients and caretakers. Coalition spokesman Col. Brian Tribus confirmed that a U.S. airstrike conducted at around 2:15 a.m. local time on Saturday.

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