21
Jun
2005

Aid agencies call for access to Karabila

"The situation is critical in the village of Karabila. Hundreds of injured people are inside the town requiring urgent medical treatment but have been prohibited to leave the village by US forces and we are not authorised to enter there," Dr Hamed al-Alousi, director at the nearby al-Qaim general hospital, said.

//www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/IRIN/7b0ca4b5eba9fb35ff964b5058eed9c2.htm


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