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The Israel-Hamas war has resulted in the deaths of over 200 aid workers in just six months, a number that has never been seen in any other conflict in a single year, according to U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator Jamie McGoldrick. Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has acknowledged that innocent people were unintentionally killed in Gaza by Israeli forces, stating that such incidents are unfortunately common in times of war. Israel has announced it will conduct an internal investigation regarding the killings.

The World Central Kitchen (WCK), a food charity, revealed that multiple strikes targeting three of their vehicles resulted in a military attack that claimed aid worker lives. WCK has asked the Israeli government to preserve all evidence related to the attack. José Andrés, the organization’s founder and a celebrity chef, has urged the U.S. to pressure Prime Minister Netanyahu to end the war immediately, criticizing the White House for providing aid to Gaza while also arming Israel.

There is growing international condemnation of the deaths of aid workers in the Israel-Hamas conflict, with even Israel’s staunchest allies calling for a prompt investigation into the killings. The unprecedented number of humanitarian workers who have lost their lives in this ongoing conflict is raising concerns worldwide and highlighting the urgent need for peace and resolution in the region.

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