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White House 'outraged' by strike on Gaza aid workers: spokesman

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"We were outraged to learn of an IDF (Israel Defense Forces, ed) strike that killed a number of civilian humanitarian workers yesterday from the World Central Kitchen," National Security Council spokesman John Kirby tells reporters during a briefing at the White House. SOUNDBITE

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