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…The World Health Organization has also stepped up in recent years when it comes to monitoring and confirming attacks on health systems, including posting an online dashboard that became operational in 2017. As of Sunday it reported 46 attacks on healthcare in Ukraine, including facilities, transport and warehouses, with 12 deaths and 34 injuries. “The best process is to raise awareness of these attacks in order to prevent them from ever taking place to begin with, because there are very few international legal mechanisms of restitution,” says Benjamin Mason Meier, a lawyer and professor of global health policy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.