Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Food charity says aid workers killed in strike in Gaza

Aid workers including an Australian and two people said to be British and Polish have been killed in Gaza, in what their charity founder said was an Israeli attack.

World Central Kitchen founder and chef José Andrés said his staff had been killed "in an IDF air strike".

Those killed in the incident in central Gaza's Deir al-Balah included citizens of Poland, Australia and Britain, as well as one Palestinian, a spokesperson for the media office said.

Gaza's Hamas-run media office also blamed Israel. The alleged strike could not be verified independently.

Israel's military said it was conducting a "thorough review".

1 comment :

  1. Four foreign aid workers and their Palestinian driver were killed in an Israeli air strike on Monday, hours after their charity brought in a shipload of food via a maritime route. Earlier in the day, Israel said it had withdrawn from Gaza's main hospital, al-Shifa. Authorities there said the scale of the distruction was massive, and that 'dozens of bodies, some of them decomposed', had been recovered from in and around the complex. Follow our live blog for the latest in the Israel-Gaza war.


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