The medical charity Doctors Without Borders has condemned a “deliberate and generalised” programme of attacking clinics in Ethiopia’s restive Tigray region, which faces collapse of health services following months of military conflict. MSF issued a statement on Monday saying “treatment structures … were looted, vandalised and destroyed in a deliberate and generalised manner” according to its observers in the area. The group said it had visited 106 sites between mid-December and early March and that 70 percent had been looted with only 13 percent “functioning normally”.