UN staff member killed in Gaza

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The United Nations says one of its staff members was killed and another injured as they travelled to a hospital in southern Gaza on Monday.
According to report, the workers were travelling in a UN vehicle to the European Hospital near Rafah when it was struck.
The Israeli military upon initial inquiry stated that the vehicle was struck in an active combat zone and that it’s route had not been disclosed.
The Secretary-General António Guterres who was saddened by the news condemned all attacks on UN personnel and calls for a full investigation.
He noted that more than 190 UN staff had been killed in Gaza since the start of the conflict.
Recall that the war started on 7th of October, after Gaza attacked and killed 1,200 Israelites and more than 35,090 people have been killed in Gaza.

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