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The complicated legacy of Kunduz

A hospital run by Doctors Without Borders, was bombed over the weekend in Afghanistan. In a press conference with reporters earlier today American General John Campbell suggested that American Special Forces personnel with the Afghan forces may have had a role in coordinating the strike. Doctors Without Borders said they are "disgusted" by the justifications for an "abhorrent attack". We'll speak about the incident ,and how it fits in the larger context of the conflict with Sarah Chayes , a senior associate in the South Asia program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. (Photo: Flickr/Jayanth Vincent)

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