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Three British aid workers killed in Gaza named - BBC News Israel-Gaza latest news: Gaza aid ship turns back after deadly Israeli strike on convoy - BBC News
(about 11 hours later)
Johanna Chisholm As we've been reporting, seven people, who were working for aid charity World Central Kitchen (WCK), were killed in an Israeli strike in Gaza on Monday.
Live editor Among the victims were British nationals John Chapman, 57, James Henderson, 33, and James Kirby, 47, who were part of WCK's security team.
It's now 22:25 BST in London and 00:25 in Israel, and with that, we're going to be pausing our live coverage on the Israeli air strike in Gaza that killed seven aid workers from the World Central Kitchen (WCK). Australian national Lalzawmi Frankcom, Polish national Damian Sobol, Palestinian Saifeddin Issam Ayad Abutahas and US-Canadian citizen Jacob Flickinger, were also killed.
There's been a lot of developments to keep track of over the last 24 hours. Israel is now under growing international pressure over the air strike, with senior Western officials and world leaders from the UK, Poland, Australia, Canada and the US, whose nationals died in the attack, all calling for a thorough investigation. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has acknowledged that the Israeli military hit "innocent people", describing it as tragic and unintentional.
Our colleagues over at BBC Verify have helpfully outlined everything that we can say for certain so far. Read more about the aid workers killed here.
It's also worth remembering before we go that WCK is now suspending operations in Gaza. This leaves vital humanitarian aid to the Strip in doubt, as the charity was one of the main aid providers. All while Gaza is on the brink of famine.
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