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Hospital Treating Afghan War Wounded Sees Busy Days Aheadi
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July 24, 2013 6:48 PM
The conflict in Afghanistan has been intensifying, as international combat forces prepare to leave the country. Factions are fighting for influence and territory, and civilians are caught in the crossfire. Sharon Behn reports from Kabul on an Italian non-profit hospital fighting to heal the war’s victims even as international aid starts to decline.

Hospital Treating Afghan War Wounded Sees Busy Days Ahead

Published July 24, 2013

The conflict in Afghanistan has been intensifying, as international combat forces prepare to leave the country. Factions are fighting for influence and territory, and civilians are caught in the crossfire. Sharon Behn reports from Kabul on an Italian non-profit hospital fighting to heal the war’s victims even as international aid starts to decline.


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