Medical aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said its hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz was badly damaged, three staff were killed and 30 staff were unaccounted for after overnight bombing.
We are deeply shocked by the attack, the killing of our staff and patients and the heavy toll it has inflicted on healthcare in Kunduz.
A hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), "may have" been hit US air strikes a NATO forces spokesman said.
The medical aid group blamed an aerial attack for the destruction in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz that killed three staff.
The strike may have resulted in collateral damage to a nearby medical facility
This incident is under investigation.
US forces conducted an air strike in the city at 2.15 am on Saturday, Col. Brian Tribus, a spokesman for the NATO-led coalition, said in a statement.
Dozens of staff were still missing after the attack that partially destroyed its trauma centre, MSF has said.
Three staff of the humanitarian aid organisation Doctors Without Borders were killed after bombing at a hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz, a spokedwoman said.
A US military strike may have caused collateral damage at the hospital, she added.
A hospital has been partially destroyed by bombing in Afghan city of Kunduz, a spokeswoman for humanitarian aid organisation Doctors Without Borders said.
Ten people have been killed in a crash of a US military transport aircraft at an airport in Afghanistan, a US military spokesman said.
He added that there were no reports of enemy fire at the time and the incident was under investigation.
The spokesman said the crew of five US military service members were among the dead, along with another five passengers, civilians who were contracted employees of the US-led international force.
The incident took place at around midnight (7.30pm UK time) at Jalalabad airport in Afghanistan.
An American C-130 transport aircraft has crashed in Afghanistan at Jalalabad airport around 7.30pm, a US Defence official has confirmed.
The status of passenger members and crew on the plane was unknown, the official said.
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