Babies Left Motherless in Kabul Attack Breastfed by Volunteers
▶️Medical staff in the Afghan capital, Kabul, have been caring for newborn babies left motherless in a deadly attack on a maternity hospital by gunmen on May 12. Volunteers have come forward to breastfeed the children. It's unclear who was behind the atrocity.
It was a horrific scene at the beach as one of the preeminent figures in the surfing world was killed by a shark. 26-year-old Ben Kelly was surfing off northern California when a great white shark came after him. Kelly suffered a brutal wound on his leg in the attack. Multiple calls were made to 911, and CPR was administered to Kelly, before he ultimately died. Drone footage of the beach, which was closed for sunbathing but open for swimming and surfing, showed great whites nearby. Afghan forces have evacuated dozens and ended the siege at a maternity hospital in Kabul, killing the three gunmen behind the deadly attack on the government-run hospital in the capital, the interior ministry spokesman said.
At least four people were killed in the morning assault on the Barchi Hospital, the interior ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.
Al Jazeera's Alexi O'Brien reports. The surfing community in Santa Cruz is mourning the death of 26-year-old Ben Kelly, who died over the weekend after being attack by a shark. CBS affiliate KION-TV's Shannon Longworth reports. The man attacked passersby in a shopping center in the French town of Romans-sur-Isere.