This video says about itself:
3 November 2016
Women and children are among those killed in the operation …
Al Jazeera’s Richard Martin reports.
Warning: you may find some of the images in report disturbing.
From the New York Times in the USA:
Kunduz Attack in November Killed 33 Civilians, U.S. Military Says
By MUJIB MASHAL
JAN. 12, 2017
KABUL, Afghanistan — A United States military investigation into claims of civilian casualties during a joint operation by Afghan and American forces found that 33 civilians were killed and 27 others were wounded during a firefight and airstrikes in Kunduz Province last year, American military officials said on Thursday. …
After the battle in Kunduz, a New York Times reporter counted 22 bodies being brought into the city on the way to the hospital there. Among them were 14 children, four women, two older men and two men of fighting age. They were accompanied by a large group of protesters from Boz Qandahari, the village that was hit.
Kunduz is also where a United States military gunship mistakenly
Mistakenly? Doctors Without Borders don’t believe that.
targeted a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders in October 2015, killing at least 42 people and destroying much of the hospital.