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Doctors Without Borders: "Even War Has Rules"; Kunduz Fact Sheet

Jason Cone, Doctors Without Borders, USA Exec. Director Doctors Without Borders
Today we are fighting back for the respect of the Geneva Conventions. As a medical humanitarian organization, we are fighting back for the sake of our patients. We need you, as members of the public, to stand with us to insist that even wars have rules. This was not just an attack on our hospital-it was an attack on the Geneva Conventions. This cannot be tolerated. These Conventions govern the rules of war and were established to protect civilians in conflicts...
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