NZ Herald: Two workers for New Zealand charity Relief Aid killed when homes bombed in Gaza


A New Zealand charity that provides aid to war-torn nations has had two of its refugee employees killed in Gaza.

ReliefAid founder and chief executive Mike Seawright is currently working out of Istanbul. He told RNZ that local Gazan workers had been “doing the heavy lifting” in distributing food and water.

Since the interview was recorded, but before it went to air, the charity announced that two ReliefAid members they identified as Mohammad and Mahmoud had been killed when their homes in the Jabalia refugee camp were hit in a missile strike.


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