The violence came as Amnesty International released a report saying that the number of internally displaced people in Afghanistan has doubled in the last three years.
As medical centers in conflict areas continue to be assaulted, the UN adopted a resolution demanding that countries comply with their obligations under international law to protect healthcare personnel and facilities.
A US military investigation found that series of human and equipment-related errors led to the attack in Kunduz, which lasted for a full half-hour and killed 42 people before the gunship stopped firing on the hospital.
'Jihad against the aggressive and usurping infidel army is a holy obligation upon our necks,' said a Taliban statement, as they announced the start of this year's fighting season.
Last October, a US gunship bombed a hospital in Kunduz, killing 42 people and wounding 37 others. Five months later, the new US commander in Afghanistan visited the city and apologized.
The medical charity said rhree people were killed and at least six wounded in an airstrike on a hospital in southern Syria. In December, barrel-bomb attacks partially ?destroyed an MSF-supported hospital in the Homs Governorate, killing seven people.
In this extra scene, VICE News filmmaker Nagieb Khaja speaks to one of the hundreds of prisoners that escaped from a Kunduz jail, rumored to have been aided by the Taliban.
New details have emerged about the location of US forces ahead of the deadly airstrike that killed 30 people and destroyed a Doctors Without Borders Hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz.
VICE News filmmaker Nagieb Khaja gained exclusive access to the Taliban, and spoke to fighters that briefly took control of Kunduz — the first major city to fall to the group since it was ousted from power in 2001.
It doesn't seem likely that anyone with a US passport will pay a price for the bombing that killed at least 30 people this month.