New York Times: Escalating Conflict in Afghanistan Felt by EMERGENCY Hospitals

7Since the departure of U.S. and NATO military forces, the Taliban has escalated their attacks in Afghanistan. Insurgents targeted several military and civilian locations in a series of attacks on Thursday and Friday. The escalating conflict has lead to a large increase in civilian and military victims of war. This increase has been felt by EMERGENCY, which operates three hospitals, a maternity center and 40 clinics throughout Afghanistan. EMERGENCY coordinator Emanuele Nannini is consulted on the situation: “It’s getting much worse,” he said. “The fighting season almost doesn’t end any longer.”

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