Israeli military likely knew identities of aid workers killed in charity convoy, humanitarian groups say

Australian Council for International Development head says ‘intense coordination and negotiation’ would have occurred prior to passage of workers

The Israeli military likely had advance notice of the names and nationalities of each of the aid workers killed by Israeli airstrikes while travelling in a three-car charity convoy in Gaza this week, according to humanitarian organisations.

As Anthony Albanese toughened his language over the killing of the Australian citizen Lalzawmi “Zomi” Frankcom, saying “this is against humanitarian law”, the aid sector stated the seven workers were there “with the full awareness” of the Israeli military.

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