Israel Palestine Conflict

Doctors Without Borders says three doctors killed in strike on Al-Awda hospital

Published: Updated:
Read Mode
100% Font Size
1 min read

French medical charity Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) said on Tuesday that three doctors, including two of its own, were killed in a strike on the Al-Awda Hospital in northern Gaza, saying it was “horrified” by the incident.

“MSF has regularly shared information about Al-Awda as a functioning hospital and the presence of its staff in Al-Awda to warring parties,” it said in a statement. “GPS coordinates were also shared with Israeli authorities yesterday.”

For all the latest headlines follow our Google News channel online or via the app.

It named the doctors as Dr Mahmoud Abu Nujaila (MSF), Dr Ahmad Al Sahar (MSF) and Dr. Ziad Al-Tatari. “Seeing doctors killed next to hospital beds is beyond tragic, and this must stop now,” it said.

Read more:

Ten Killed, 22 injured in Israeli strike on a residential building in southern Gaza

200 patients evacuated from Gaza’s Indonesian hospital hit by Israeli strike

Gaza women undergoing c-sections, emergency surgery without anesthesia, sterilization

Top Content Trending