Afghan hospital bombing 'not a war crime' say US
A US military report into an air strike on a hospital in Afghanistan in 2015 has concluded that it "was not a war crime".
The strike on the medical facility in Kunduz, which killed 42 people, was caused by a combination of human error and failures of systems and equipment, according to the report.
Medecins Sans Frontieres, which ran the hospital, has called for an independent investigation.
Smita Mundasad reports.
30 Apr 2016
- From the section Asia