A call and an apology for the bombing of a hospital is apparently not enough these days
The Doctors Without Borders president was unimpressed with a phone call from the US president.
Before-and-after video shows what US airstrikes did to the MSF-run hospital in Afghanistan
Over the last four years, tens of thousands received free care at the hospital operated by Doctors Without Borders. Then US forces bombed it, killing 22 people.
Doctors Without Borders calls for international inquiry into US bombing of Afghan hospital
Even war has rules, the aid organization said.
Nightmare week for US in Afghanistan forces policy review
A deadly strike on a hospital capped a disastrous week for US forces. But for war-weary Afghans, the Taliban's brief capture of Kunduz only exposed their lack of credible options.
Afghan forces asked for air strike at Kunduz hospital: US general
Afghan forces who said they were under Taliban fire asked for the US air strike that killed 22 people at a hospital in Kunduz, the US commander in Afghanistan said Monday.
So much for a troop withdrawal in Afghanistan. Now we're bombing hospitals
Kunduz remains the scene of fierce fighting since the Taliban took over a week ago. Except now MSF has closed its hospital, so there are far fewer people to treat the wounded.
Afghan forces called for hospital air strike, US general says
Afghan forces called in a US air strike on a Kunduz hospital that killed 22 people, the top American commander in Afghanistan said Monday, after medical charity MSF branded the incident a war crime.
Obama pledges probe into fatal airstrike on Afghan hospital
President Barack Obama has promised a full investigation into an apparent US air strike on an Afghan hospital that killed 19 people.
MSF demands independent probe into strike on Afghan hospital
The US military said it conducted an air strike 'in the vicinity' of the MSF hospital as it targeted Taliban insurgents who were directly firing on US military personnel.
As everyone talks war in Syria, war in Afghanistan drags on
The Taliban has seized a major city in northern Afghanistan. Now the Afghan army is trying to take it back.
Taliban storm Afghan prison, free hundreds of inmates
Taliban insurgents in military uniform stormed an Afghan prison Monday, freeing hundreds of inmates after detonating a car bomb and killing four policemen in the country's largest
Fourteen years after 9/11, a return to Foreverstan
The GroundTruth Project's founder Charles Sennott on America's longest war.
Ominous signs en route to a unique school for girls in Afghanistan
Filmmaker Beth Murphy's latest visit to the school this month was different than previous ones.
To save world heritage sites from destruction, the US should bring back Monuments Men
Commentary: The US can provide resources to prevent the destruction of antiquities threatened by groups like the Islamic State.
The Afghanistan war was supposed to be over by now
Instead 2015 could be Afghanistan's bloodiest year yet.
Attacks on army, police and US special forces kill 50 in Kabul
The bloodshed began on Friday with a truck bomb that exploded in a heavily populated district and included an hours-long battle at a base used by US special forces.
New Taliban leader urges unity in ranks in first audio message
Mullah Akhtar Mansour's comments are apparently aimed at fending off the emerging risk of the group splintering into factions at a time when there is growing discord.
Mullah Omar's death: Taliban's loss, Islamic State's gain
Will the Taliban splinter in the wake of its leader's death?
The apparent death of the Taliban's leader could actually be bad for peace
Peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghanistan government are supposed to start today.
Afghanistan says Taliban leader Mullah Omar died more than two years ago
As the country urges peace talks, the news will likely deepen Taliban divisions over who should lead the group.
Afghanistan says Taliban leader dead, urges peace talks
US-AFGHANISTAN-TALIBAN:Afghanistan says Taliban leader dead, urges peace talks
Afghanistan's model city is also its kidnapping capital
The kidnappers in Herat are not usually members of the Taliban or any other armed opposition group. Their motives are not ideological.
Chinese FM to attend donors' conference in Nepal
BEIJING, June 23 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will attend a conference of international donors in Kathmandu of Nepal on June 24 and 25.
Brazen Taliban attack on Afghan parliament kills two
The assault in downtown Kabul raises more questions about security as Afghan forces battle a resurgent Taliban for the first time without the aid of NATO troops.
The Taliban have captured a key district in Afghanistan's north
The Taliban are overwhelming US-trained Afghan forces and now threatening to take Kunduz City.
Greek islanders are breaking the law to help thousands of desperate migrants
Some 20,000 refugees have arrived in Lesvos since January. But the island struggles to cope, lacking funds and manpower.
It's not looking good for the world's most distinguished terrorist group
This is the current state of Al Qaeda.
Freed Taliban leader behind first US casualty in Afghanistan could soon return to fight US
Mullah Mohammad Fazl was released from Guantanamo last year as part of the swap for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. The prison uprising he planned claimed the life of Mike Spann.
Afghanistan endures a painful spring as young Afghans search for hope
Recent attacks in Kabul have spooked Westerners and challenged millennials' optimism for a better future.
The Taliban targeted foreigners in another deadly Kabul hotel attack
A five-hour assault on Kabul's Park Palace guesthouse killed at least 14, including an American, a Briton, four Indians and a Kazakh.
Afghanistan's recent advances for women could disappear as soon as US troops leave
Some experts are worried that the modest successes of the past 13 years won't stick without foreign forces propping them up.