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Israel-Gaza latest news: Gaza aid ship turns back after deadly Israeli strike on convoy - BBC News Israel-Gaza latest news: British aid worker killed in Gaza was genuine gentleman, say family - BBC News
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The Israeli strike that killed seven aid workers in Gaza was "appalling", Unicef says. The family of James Kirby - one of the three British nationals killed in the Israeli air strike in Gaza - have paid tribute to him:
Tess Ingram, Unicef's communications specialist, told BBC Breakfast: "These were brave humanitarian Despite the risks, his compassionate nature drove him to offer assistance to those in dire need. A genuine gentleman, James was always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone, even in the face of senseless violence. James lost his life trying to save others, he will never know what a void he has left, our family will never be the same.
workers trying to do their job. They say they are "incredibly proud of who James was and what he achieved".
"This absolutely should not happen in the line of duty and
it is appalling they have been killed."
She says Unicef's operations in Gaza have been impacted by World Central Kitchen - the charity the seven victims worked for - "pausing their operations as they are one of the big helpers".
"We have lost so many colleagues. It is dangerous for us
and it is also dangerous for people in Gaza," she adds.
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