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World Central Kitchen resumes aid work in Gaza despite deadly attack

The charity has distributed more than 43 million meals in Gaza, where it accounts for 62% of all international NGO aid.

The late Polish aid worker Damian Soból, who was killed in Gaza
The late Polish aid worker Damian Soból, killed in Gaza (AN/World Central Kitchen/

A Washington-based charity that suspended operations in Gaza after losing seven aid workers to Israeli airstrikes has restarted its life-saving work.

World Central Kitchen resumed operations on Monday in Gaza, where the World Food Program says 1.1 million Palestinians face catastrophic levels of hunger and 1-in-3 toddlers younger than two is acutely malnourished.

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