Al Jazeera: Every three days in Afghanistan there’s an attack affecting hospitals, health workers and patients, even though medics are supposed to be protected in conflict zones. On October 3, 2015, during a lull in fighting between the Taliban and Afghan forces, a hospital in Kunduz run by Doctors without Borders (MSF), was bombed for one hour and destroyed by the US army. Many have described the incident, which killed more than 40 civilians, as a war crime. The US military denies that and calls the incident a mistake. Seven hundred kilometres away, in southern Afghanistan’s Helmand Province, lies the MSF-supported Boost Hospital. The news from Kunduz shocked the staff there. Click here to read more (external link).