Afghan health workers and medical facilities under threat

Attacks on medical facilities and staff during global conflicts remained high last year. A new report has documented attacks in 23 countries. including Afghanistan, during 2016.

    Attacks on medical facilities and staff during global conflicts remained high last year.

    A new report has documented attacks in 23 countries. including Afghanistan, during 2016.

    It's being released on the anniversary of a UN resolution aimed at protecting healthcare services in conflict zones.

    Al Jazeera’s Rob McBride reports from Kabul.


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