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# Aid Workers

Last month
April 2024
Bodies of six aid workers killed by Israel taken out of Gaza
The attack has prompted global condemnation, with US President Joe Biden saying that Israel has “not done enough to protect civilians”.
The remains of the six international staff, who were killed alongside one Palestinian colleague, are set to be taken out of Gaza through the Rafah crossing with Egypt.
The chief of staff of the Israeli Defence Forces said that the strike on the World Central Kitchen convoy was "a grave mistake".
Israeli president apologises for deaths of Gaza seven aid workers in strike
The convoy was hit while the aid workers were leaving a warehouse after the team had unloaded more than 100 tonnes of humanitarian food aid.
The seven killed are from Australia, Poland, United Kingdom, a dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada, and Palestine.
The EU's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has condemned the attack and urged an investigation into the matter.
TDs and ministers condemn 'barbaric' killing of seven aid workers in Israeli strike
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