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nnj days after a suspected US air raid in Afghanistan killed twenty two civilians at a hospital run by the aid group doctors without borders the Pentagon pointing the finger at the Afghan military and stopping short of accepting responsibility for the tragedy general John Campbell commander U. S. forces in Afghanistan we have now learned that on October third Afghan forces why they were taking fire from , and ask for your support US forces , an air strike within called eliminate the Taliban threat and several civilians were accidentally struck Ganatra body is following the story at the Pentagon this I contradicted are winning against previous US military statements and said that it was US , well come under direct fire from and it , source strikes came in the wake of last week lightning takeover of the border studio kind dues by the Taliban did biggest that you gain in the fourteen year war we stopped short of where we are acknowledging that you escort construct a , little %HESITATION but there was a stronger statement today indicate , the aid group which is called the strike a war crime on Monday renewed calls for an independent investigation doctors without borders responded very quickly to general Campbell our comments today and said that I'll need the discrepancies in the account of what happened that made it even more clear that there needs to be an independent investigation and they put the blame squarely with the U. S. government , you ever carried out the strike , you S. government , Campbell Taylor permanent ari report should be out within days