UK govt under pressure to suspend arms export licenses to Israel

The UK government faced growing pressure Wednesday to suspend arms export licenses to Israel, after an Israeli strike killed three Britons and four others all working for a food charity in Gaza. The news came as Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez demanded more details into the deadly attack and said Israel’s explanation for the aid workers' killings was "insufficient and unacceptable".Read our liveblog to find out how events unfolded.

For more on the Gaza health ministry’s tolls, click here.

(FRANCE 24 with AFP, AP & Reuters)

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