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'Unintentional' hit on Gaza aid workers; Israel asked to explain

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World Central Kitchen workers were killed by Israeli airstrikes yesterday, imperilling further aid.

Dita De Boni Wed, 03 Apr 2024

Top of the morning this Tuesday. Here's our wrap of some of the main global business and politics headlines from overnight.  

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has said an airstrike on a convoy of aid workers yesterday after they left a warehouse where they had unloaded more than 100 tonnes of

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