The UN mission in Libya disclosed in a report Thursday, that it had recorded 37 attacks on health care facilities and practitioners, since the beginning of the aggression on Tripoli.

"The attacks included two field hospitals and two ambulances. Four doctors and two paramedics were also killed in these attacks, as well as the injury of at least eight other medical personnel," the mission said.

It also indicated that at least nine ambulances and nineteen hospitals have been damaged by what it described these "shameful attacks", in addition, eleven people have been reported killed and more than 33 others injured, according to the missions' report, noting that the number of casualties might be higher than the figures confirmed so far.