Israel fires two officers after aid convoy probe

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The Israeli military has sacked two senior officers after seven World Central Kitchen (WCK) aid workers were killed in a strike in Gaza on Monday
The IDF’s inquiry into the incident says some workers survived initial air strikes, but were killed when a third car was hit
Israel said earlier this week the incident was a “grave mistake”. It vowed to take “immediate action” to ensure that more was done to protect aid workers
WCK and other aid agencies have paused their operations in Gaza, where the UN estimates 1.1 million people – half the population – are facing catastrophic hunger
It comes after Israel says it has approved the opening of two routes into Gaza for humanitarian deliveries – including the Erez Gate and Ashdod Port
More aid from Jordan will also be allowed to enter via the Kerem Shalom Crossing
In their first call since the strike, Joe Biden tells Benjamin Netanyahu that US support for Israel will depend on steps being taken to “address civilian harm” in Gaza

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