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José Andrés grieves loss of World Central Kitchen workers in tragic D.C. incident: NPR

World Central Kitchen workers worldwide were celebrated in an interfaith memorial service following their deaths in Gaza due to Israeli airstrikes. The event was held at the National Cathedral in Washington, with attendees from various humanitarian organizations and government officials. The workers, including Saifeddin Abutaha and James Kirby, were praised for their dedication and courage in providing aid to communities in need. Despite the tragic loss, World Central Kitchen called for an independent investigation into the incident and emphasized the importance of humanitarian support in crisis-affected regions. Founder José Andrés highlighted the workers’ unwavering commitment to delivering hope through food to those in need.


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