The Association of Medical Doctors of Asia, a volunteer group of medical workers, said late Sunday it will dispatch doctors to Pakistan on Thursday to treat Afghan refugees wounded during U.S.-led military operations.

AMDA officials said they plan to send five doctors to Pakistan to provide treatment to Afghan refugees affected by the retaliatory actions launched Sunday night in response to the terrorist attacks on New York and the Pentagon.

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