The bodies of the slain aid workers will be repatriated from Gaza

The bodies of humanitarian workers killed in an Israeli strike will be repatriated from Gaza, AFP reported.
On April 1, Israeli bombing killed 6 employees of the US-based food charity World Central Kitchen (WCK). UN chief Antonio Guterres called the attack "unconscionable" and an "inevitable result of the way war is waged".
"The remains of the international staff must be taken out of Gaza through the Rafah checkpoint with Egypt," said Marwan al-Hams, director of the city's Abu Yousef al-Najjar hospital.
Israel's armed forces chief, Herzi Halevi, called the attack a "serious mistake" that he blamed on "mistaken identification" overnight. He added that he regrets the unintentional injury to WCK members.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised that the "tragic case" would be investigated "to the end".
Joe Biden said he was "outraged and devastated" by the deaths and accused Israel of "not doing enough to protect aid workers./BGNES