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Biden says aid staff 'must be protected' after deadly Israel strike: W.House


US President Joe Biden called celebrity chef Jose Andres to express his condolences after an Israeli strike killed seven aid workers from his World Central Kitchen group in Gaza, the White House says. Biden "conveyed he will make clear to Israel that humanitarian aid workers must be protected," White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tells reporters during a briefing. SOUNDBITE

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