Doctors Without Borders: no justification for air strike

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Pressure is mounting in Washington after a U.S. airstrike hit a hospital that killed dozens in Afghanistan. It happened in Kunduz, at a facility run by Doctors Without Borders.

After changing their story three times, a top U.S. military commander said the strike was accidental after Afghan forces called for air support. CCTV’s Sean Callebs filed this report.

Doctors Without Borders: no justification for air strike

Doctors Without Borders: no justification for air strike

Pressure is mounting in Washington after a U.S. airstrike hit a hospital that killed dozens in Afghanistan. It happened in Kunduz, at a facility run by Doctors Without Borders. After changing their story three times, a top U.S. military commander said the strike was accidental after Afghan forces called for air support. CCTV's Sean Callebs filed this report.
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Michael O’Hanlon on Kunduz Hospital Strike

CCTV spoke to Michael O’Hanlon, senior fellow with the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence, and director of research for the Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution.

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Michael O’Hanlon on Kunduz Hospital Strike

Michael O’Hanlon on Kunduz Hospital Strike

For more on the hospital bombing, CCTV spoke to Michael O’Hanlon, senior fellow with the Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence and director of research for the Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution.
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Gregory Steven Gordon on Kunduz hospital bombing

CCTV spoke to Gregory Steven Gordon, Associate Professor of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Gregory Steven Gordon on Kunduz hospital bombing

Gregory Steven Gordon on Kunduz hospital bombing

CCTV spoke to Gregory Steven Gordon, Associate Professor of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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International reaction to Moscow’s stance in Syria

Turkish officials say that Monday’s air space violation by Russia is not the first. They say that over the weekend, Turkish fighter jets had to intercept a Russian aircraft. Russia says that it was a mistake.
CCTV’s Roee Ruttenberg reports.

International reaction to Moscow's stance in Syria

International reaction to Moscow's stance in Syria

Turkish officials say that Monday's air space violation by Russia is not the first. They say that over the weekend, Turkish fighter jets had to intercept a Russian aircraft. Russia says that it was a mistake. CCTV's Roee Ruttenberg reports.
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