Afghanistan: MSF clinic opens two years after hospital bombing

A new outpatient clinic has opened in northern Afghanistan, near the site of a hospital which was mistakenly bombed by US warplanes almost two years ago.

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    A new outpatient clinic has opened in northern Afghanistan, near the site of a hospital which was mistakenly bombed by US warplanes almost two years ago.

    The attack on a Doctors without Borders trauma centre in Kunduz killed 42 people, including patients and medical staff.

    Its replacement is much smaller and is not able to offer patients as much care.

    Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse reports from Kabul, Afghanistan's capital.


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