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SOT, Josh Earnest, White House spokesperson (English): "Well, Roberta, the president obviously has confidence in these three investigations to provide that full accounting that he seeks. His expectation is that details won't be whitewashed, that there will be a full accounting of what exactly transpired, so that if it is necessary to take steps to prevent something like this from ever happening again, that those reforms are implemented promptly and effectively" Following the bombing of a hospital in Kunduz, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF - Doctors Without Borders) have requested an independent investigation into what they have labelled a "war crime," however, the White House spokesperson Josh Earnest detailed the three investigations the US state has opened into the incident, none of which are independent, it was revealed from Washington on Monday. The investigations will be conducted by the Pentagon, NATO and the Afghan security forces, with US assistance. Earnest was asked by Reuters journalist Roberta Rampton whether an "independent body" should take a look to truly account for what has happened, to which Earnest responded that the investigations sanctioned by President Barack Obama should be sufficient. Earnest said that Obama's "expectation is that details won't be whitewashed, that there will be a full accounting of what exactly transpired, so that if it is necessary to take steps to prevent something like this from ever happening again, that those reforms are implemented promptly and effectively." The Kunduz hospital attack left 12 MSF staff dead and 10 patients, including three children, according to the organisation. Gen. John F. Campbell claims that Afghan forces had called for US airstrikes following reported fire-fights in the area.
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