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Health facilities in Ethiopia’s embattled region of Tigray have been “looted, vandalized and destroyed in a deliberate and widespread attack on health care,” the humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders said Monday.

In this photo released by Doctors Without Borders, a damaged operating room is seen through broken glass at a hospital in Sheraro, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia./The Associated Press

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A looted room is seen in the Sebeya health center in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia.The Associated Press

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Anti-Tigrayan graffiti is scrawled on the walls of a vandalized room in a health center in Debre Abay, in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia.The Associated Press

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The Sebeya health centre, in Tigray, Ethiopia, after being looted.Doctors Without Borders

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Photo of the Sebeya health centre, in Tigray, Ethiopia, after being looted.Doctors Without Borders

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A rocket impacted against the delivery room at the Sebeya health centre, in east Tigray, destroying it.MSF

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One of the ambulances hidden by the community around the town of Abyi Addi, in central Tigray, to avoid being taken by armed groups.Doctors Without Borders/MSF

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