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More countries are joining the calls for an investigation into the tragic incident that occurred in Gaza, where at least 115 people were killed and 760 wounded while waiting for food aid. According to Dr. Ashraf al-Qidra, spokesperson for the Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza, this is one of the deadliest tragedies since Israel’s war against Hamas began on October 7.

The convoy of at least 18 food trucks arrived in northern Gaza on Thursday morning, sending hope to Palestinian civilians who gathered around the trucks. However, Israeli forces opened fire on the crowd, leading to the tragic outcome. Witnesses reported that the aid trucks attempted to leave the area, resulting in more deaths and injuries as they accidentally rammed into each other. The Israeli military has provided a different account, stating that warning shots were fired to disperse the crowd to prevent people from being trampled.

The United Nations and several countries, including France and Germany, have called for an independent investigation into the incident. The White House also requested Israel to investigate the tragedy, highlighting the global concern over the situation.

The timing of this tragic incident is crucial as negotiations between Israel and Hamas for a ceasefire and humanitarian aid to Gaza are ongoing. Senior Hamas member Izzat Al-Risheq warned that the killings could jeopardize the talks. With more than half a million people in Gaza on the brink of famine, the situation is dire, and aid flow has been disrupted due to various factors.

As the world watches and waits for more information on the Gaza tragedy, the need for an independent investigation and accountability remains paramount to prevent further loss of life and ensure justice for the victims.

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