Israel attack on UN compound angers UN chief
Ban Ki moon
UN Chief Ban Ki-moon said on Thursday that he was outraged by an
Israeli strike on a UN compound in Gaza and demanded a full explanation
from the Israeli authorities.
Three Israeli tank shells smashed into the United Nations
headquarters in Gaza City on Thursday, wounding three UN workers, a
spokesman for the agency said. "Israeli tank shells fell inside the
UNRWA complex in Gaza, injuring three of its employees," spokesman Adnan
Abu Hasna told AFP. One building was on fire, while other parts of the
compound were damaged by shrapnel. UNRWA is the main agency for
Meanwhile, a wing of a hospital in Gaza City caught fire on Thursday
after an Israeli strike, witnesses said.