(NewsDeeply) – Syrian hospitals face a “uniquely horrific” situation and were attacked more than hospitals in any other conflict zone last year, the author of a new report told Syria Deeply. Attacks on healthcare facilities in Syria last year were “by far the worst case, in terms of the intensity and impact,” compared to 23 other countries in conflict, including Yemen, South Sudan and Afghanistan, said the “Impunity Must End” report by the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition, coauthored by Leonard Rubenstein of the Center for Public Health and Human Rights at Johns Hopkins University. Compiling data from a comprehensive range of sources such as Medecins Sans Frontieres(MSF), the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) and Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), the report compared the different countries based on reports of bombing, shelling and looting of health facilities; the abduction, intimidation, arrest or killing of health workers; obstruction or attacks on ambulances and humanitarian assistance; and the occupation of health facilities.