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02/04/2024 06:48 (UTC)

AUSTRALIA ISRAEL PALESTINE

Australian PM calls Israel to account for Gaza air strike deaths

Gaza Strip, Apr 2 (EFE).- Australia has demanded accountability from Israel following the death of an Australian aid worker in Gaza amid an Israeli airstrike that also killed three other foreign aid workers and a Palestinian.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said the Australian government had contacted Israel and its ambassador to Australia, Amir Maimon, directly to address this completely unacceptable incident, stressing that such loss of life was unacceptable and represented a tragedy that should never have happened.

The deceased Australian, identified as Zomi Frankcom, was part of the team at the non-profit organisation World Central Kitchen and was recognised for her "extraordinarily valuable" work in Gaza. (Camera: HANDOUT).

FOOTAGE TAKEN FROM THE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT WCKITCHEN, A NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION DEDICATED TO PROVIDING MEALS AROUND THE WORLD AFTER NATURAL DISASTERS.

FOOTAGE SHOWS THE AUSTRALIAN WOMAN WHO DIED IN GAZA, WITH CHEF OLI IN THE WCKITCHEN HELPING TO COOK MEALS FOR THE PEOPLE LAST WEEK, IN DEIR AL-BALAH, GAZA STRIP.

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