‘The medical aid agency, Doctors without Borders, says at least 33 people are still missing, five days after a deadly US airstrike on its hospital in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz.

“We are continuing to try to contact the [missing]staff. We cannot speculate on their whereabouts,” the charity said in a statement on Thursday.

The agency, known by its French acronym MSF, said it has set up a hotline in a bid to trace 24 staff and the nine patients who are still unaccounted for.’

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