Israeli strike killing 7 World Central Kitchen members sparks international outrage

From PBS NewsHour.

There have been few incidents in six months of war in Gaza that created the level of outrage that leaders across three continents expressed Tuesday. It comes after an Israeli strike killed seven members of chef Jose Andres’ World Central Kitchen aid organization, including one American-Canadian dual citizen. Israel called the killings unintended and vowed to investigate. Nick Schifrin reports.

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