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UN launches probe into first international staff killed by unidentified strike in Rafah

NEW DELHI, MAY 16: The United Nations has launched an investigation into an unidentified strike on a UN car in Rafah on Monday that killed its first international staff in Gaza since October 7, a spokesperson for the UN Secretary General said. The staffer, a retired Indian Army officer named Waibhav Anil Kale, was working with the UN Department of Safety and Security and was on route to the European Hospital in Rafah along with a colleague, who was also injured in the attack. On Wednesday, India's Foreign Ministry said...