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19 killed in US air strikes on Afghan hospital
Abu Dhabi National

19 killed in US air strikes on Afghan hospital

KABUL // Nineteen people were killed and dozens seriously injured on Saturday when US air strikes hit a hospital run by the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres in the Afghan city of Kunduz. MSF staff contacted military officials in Washington ... Abu Dhabi National, 1 week ago
19+ dead... Washington Post, 1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Medical charity MSF leaves Afghan city after fatal airstrike

It is only medica­l facili­ty in whole north-easter­n region of Afghan­istan that can deal with major war injuri­es In this photograph released by Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) on October 3, 2015, fires burn in part of the MSF hospital ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago MSF demands probe into Kunduz 'war crime'  World Bulletin1 week ago There was no morphine to stop his pain Hospital attack by US was no accident claims MSF  TheJournal.ie1 week ago Afghan attack: MSF leaves Kunduz after hospital strike  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
International Business Times UK

Afghanistan: Blast during sports match kills 16 spectators

At least 16 people have been killed and dozens injured in a blast that targeted a sports match in Khairkot district in the eastern Afghan province of Paktika. While some reports suggest it was a volleyball match, some others say a cricket match was ...
 International Business Times UK2 weeks ago
IRIB World Service

Bomb blasts injure two dozen across Afghanistan

Officials say a series of separate bomb explosions have left at least two dozen Afghan civilians injured across various parts of Afghanistan. According to Press TV, Zia Durani, a spokesman for the police chief in southern Kandahar Province, said ...
 IRIB World Service3 weeks ago
Stars and Stripes

Exoskeleton helps former soldier walk again

A former Canadian soldier who survived a debilitating brain injury while on duty in Afghanistan in 2006, can now walk again with the help of a exoskeleton customised by researchers at the Simon Fraser University (SFU). Exoskeletons are typically ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Robotic exoskeleton helps vet with brain injury walk again  Stars and Stripes2 weeks ago Captain Trevor Greene partners with SFU to walk again  Medical News Today3 weeks ago Exoskeleton Customized by SFU Researchers Helps Former Soldier Walk Again  MedIndia3 weeks ago
Pune Mirror

Exoskeleton helps war veteran walk again

Victim of vicious axe attack begins recovery of physical functions six years after his injury on duty in Afghanistan. Former Canadian soldier Trevor Greene, who survived a debilitating brain injury while on duty in Afghanistan in 2006, has ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago Exoskeleton helps Capt. Trevor Greene take first steps after axe attack  CBC3 weeks ago

Navy SEAL Severely Injured Searching for Bowe Bergdahl Has Some Things to Say About the Alleged Deserter

While searching for former Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in Afghanistan in 2009, retired Navy SEAL Jimmy Hatch took a round from an AK-47, causing his femur to shatter and blow out of the back of his leg. It was a devastating injury that left him in a ...
 Blaze.com3 weeks ago Officer Says Worries About Bergdahl Hushed  Social Dashboard3 weeks ago Bergdahl should get no prison time, another Army official says  Stars and Stripes3 days ago Bergdahl should not get prison time, 2nd Army official says  Stars and Stripes3 days ago
Irish Examiner

US plane crashes in Afghanistan

An American C-130 transport plane has crashed in Afghanistan. The extent of any injuries among its passengers and crew are not yet known. An American defence official says the incident happened at around midnight local time at Jalalabad ...
 Irish Examiner1 week ago
Stars and Stripes

Study: 'Golden Hour' rule saves lives of seriously wounded troops

Under the dim light of a single bulb, a local Afghan policeman lay severely injured, slipping in and out of consciousness. A military doctor reported to an Afghan army brigade commander that the man was unlikely to live through the night. The noise ...
 Stars and Stripes1 week ago

Injured paratrooper 'living the dream' at end of Arch to Arc triathlon

A former paratrooper blown up in Afghanistan has said his injuries had been a blessing in disguise after he led the first disabled team of athletes to the end of the Arch to Arc triathlon. Co Durham fitness instructor Dean Middleton, 30, said he ...
 AOL UK2 weeks ago
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