26 June 2016, Tunis, Tunisia – WHO condemns recent attacks on 2 health facilities in Benghazi. Libya. These attacks violate international humanitarian law, representing a serious setback for the affected community and an additional challenge to humanitarian work in Libya. It is estimated that nearly 60% of public hospitals in conflict areas in Libya have shut down or are inaccessible. Such attacks on health facilities in Libya are not only continuing but also increasing in both frequency and scale. WHO once again urges all parties in the conflict to respect the safety and neutrality of health workers and health facilities.