Un aid agency says they have lost 64 workers in gaza conflict

The United Nations has so far lost 64 workers to the conflict in Gaza.


BY A STAFF REPORTER: At least 64 UN aid workers have been killed as a result of the ongoing conflict in the Middle East and Israel's continued attacks in Gaza, the most UN aid workers have been killed anywhere in the world in such a short period of time.

"I have lost 64 colleagues in just three weeks," Philippe Lazarini, commissioner of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA), told the UN Security Council on Monday. The last tragic death occurred two hours ago. Samir, the head of the security and security department in the central region, died with his wife and eight children. "