Doctors Without Borders Seeks Answers

Doctors without Borders (MSF) on Wednesday called for an independent and unprecedented fact-finding mission to investigate the U.S. bombing of its hospital in Afghanistan that killed at least a dozen staffers and 10 patients.

The group, which believes Saturday’s airstrike in Kunduz may have been a war crime, appealed to the U.S., Afghanistan and other countries to mobilize a little-known commission … the International Humanitarian Fact-Finding Commission … to look into the tragedy. On Wednesday, President Obama apologized to the president of MSF for the airstrike.

ABC’s Scott Goldberg joined us from New York City.