ANKARA  – The UN Support Mission in Libya reported that 23 attacks had been carried out on health facilities in the war-torn country over the last year, with nine in the last four months alone.

“One attack on health is too many. Royal private hospital in Ain Zara, Trek al Shok shelled, yesterday. 23 health facilities shelled in #Libya since April 2019, killing 80 people and injuring 61,” said the UN Support Mission in Libya on Twitter.

“63 conflict incidents on field hospitals, health care workers, ambulances& medical supplies, since April 2019, killing 80 people, injuring 61 &affecting 23 health

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