Civilian toll undoes good deeds of US Medics

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President Hamid Karzai summoned Western diplomats to warn of "serious consequences for all" if civilian deaths were not curbed. "The patience of the Afghan people is wearing thin with the continued killing of innocent civilians," he declared.
Yet every day, Americans also put their own lives on the line to help civilians caught in the conflict, flying into areas where they are at risk of attack.
Children account for about a quarter of the patients treated at the 36-bed Bagram hospital, run by US military doctors. Many of the youngsters have been injured by landmines buried in the fields, or by picking up unexploded weapons.
Sunday Telegraph

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