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After an airstrike in Gaza killed seven aid workers from the World Central Kitchen charity, President Joe Biden has reached out to founder José Andrés to offer condolences. The group had been working in Gaza for several years and had recently unloaded over 100 tons of food aid when the attack occurred. The Israeli military had been informed of their movements and had marked the convoy with the World Central Kitchen logo, but the airstrike was unintended and tragic.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has promised an independent investigation into the incident, while White House spokesperson John Kirby has called for a swift and comprehensive investigation by the Israeli military. The United States has expressed outrage over the airstrikes and hopes for transparency in the investigation, with appropriate accountability for those responsible for the tragic loss of life.

The World Central Kitchen aid workers who lost their lives will be remembered for their dedication to helping those in need, and their work in Gaza has been widely praised as an important contribution to communities around the world. The charity’s temporary halt of operations in Gaza is a testament to its commitment to protecting its staff and ensuring they can continue their important work safely.

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