Red Cross says humanitarian convoy hit by gunfire in Gaza

The International Committee of the Red Cross says a humanitarian convoy carrying life-saving medical supplies has come under fire in Gaza City.

The convoy of five trucks and two Red Cross vehicles was carrying supplies to health facilities when it was hit, an ICRC statement says, adding that two trucks were damaged and a driver was lightly wounded.

It isn’t immediately clear who was behind the gunfire. Israel has previously accused Hamas gunmen of hitting civilians attempting to evacuate to the Strip’s south.

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