Death toll rises to 22 after bombing in Afghanistan

Death toll rises to 22 after bombing in Afghanistan

The death toll from the bombing of a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital in Afghanistan has increased to 22.

The charity says it believes a war crime has been committed.

Three children and 12 aid workers are among the dead from Friday night's bombing.

MSF is calling for a full and transparent independent investigation into what happened, it has now withdrawn from the area after its centre was attacked yesterday morning.

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