Three days ago, the Taliban took control of the city of Kunduz in Afghanistan:

The Afghan government later said their forces were retaking the city:

Overnight, an airstrike reportedly led by the U.S. hit a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders, killing and injuring many:

The latest from the Washington Post:

In a statement, Doctors Without Borders said an airstrike “partially destroyed” their trauma hospital in Kunduz, where the Afghan military has been trying to drive Taliban fighters from the city.

The airstrike killed at least nine Doctors Without Borders staff members. At least 37 other people were seriously injured, 19 of whom worked at the hospital. Officials warned the death toll could rise as dozens of people remain unaccounted for.

Update:

The death toll has risen: