On October 3, the MSF hospital in Kunduz, with some 200 people inside, was hit by an hour-long series of US aerial bombing raids.
“A total of 30 people are now confirmed dead due to the October 3 attacks, up from 22, as was reported earlier,” the statement said Saturday.
The statement added that the airstrikes killed at least 13 MSF staff and 10 patients, however seven more bodies could not be identified.
The MSF considers the bombing a war crime and has asked for an independent investigation into the atrocity. The medical organization has also launched a petition calling on US President Barack Obama to consent to an impartial investigation into the deadly attack.