UN chief ‘dismayed’ by indiscriminate aiming at civilian and media structures in Gaza

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    UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres voiced concerns over the conflict in a statement released Saturday. It was in response to the Israeli airstrike overnight, which killed 10 people in the same family, including children, at the al-Shati refugee camp in Gaza. Guterres said he was “dismayed” by the civilian casualties. He also said he was “deeply disturbed” by Israel’s strike on a building housing international media outlets. He reminded all sides that any indiscriminate targeting of civilian and media structures violates international law and must be avoided at all costs. #Gaza

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