Head of Anera discusses pausing Gaza aid operation after Israeli strike kills WCK workers

From PBS NewsHour.

The American Near East Refugee Aid, or Anera, paused operations in Gaza after an Israeli strike killed seven members of the World Central Kitchen. For the last 6 months, Anera has been delivering medicine, water and food in Gaza, including some 150,000 meals a day. Sean Carroll, the group’s president and CEO, joined Amna Nawaz to discuss his concerns.

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