U.S. Tank ‘Forced’ Its Way Into Bombed Afghan Hospital: MSF

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Guilhem Molinie, the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) country director for Afghanistan, speaks during a news conference in Kabul on October 8. MSF says a U.S. tank “forced” its way into the damaged remains of its hospital in Kunduz. Omar Sobhani/Reuters

 

A U.S. tank “forced” its way into the remains of an Afghan hospital on Thursday, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), potentially destroying evidence after the hospital in Kunduz was bombed by the U.S. military. Continue reading

‘Falklands invasion guide’ containing GPS coordinates of facilities published on MoD website

The Ministry of Defence failed to encrypt a secret document on its website that describes the exact make-up of runways, ­thickness of concrete and gives GPS coordinates of facilities.

The information was freely available from the homepage and would be priceless to an enemy bomber planning a strike.

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