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An Israeli airstrike intended to hit Hamas in Gaza mistakenly killed seven aid workers, disrupting critical food deliveries and sparking international outrage.

The airstrike, misidentified by Israel's military as a Hamas target, killed seven international aid workers, including citizens from the U.S., Canada, Australia, Poland, and the UK, halting operations of the World Central Kitchen and threatening the delivery of food aid to Gaza. This incident, part of a larger conflict that has seen significant civilian casualties and humanitarian efforts, has led to diplomatic rebukes from several nations, including Canada and Australia, and criticism from the United Nations for the disregard of international humanitarian law.