Think Global Health  |  April 21, 2022

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Hundreds of Russian and Assad-regime hospital bombings in Syria; Saudi Arabia-led coalition airstrikes on hospitals in Yemen—assisted by United States and United Kingdom weapons and military aid; Ethiopian and Eritrean military forces’ destruction of the health system in Tigray and the Ethiopian government’s block of desperately needed humanitarian aid to millions; Israel’s repeated breaches of obligations to protect hospitals, ambulances, and emergency responders in wars in Gaza; dozens of health workers killed and hundreds arrested following the 2021 coup in Myanmar. These are only some of depredations against health care in war during the past decade.

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