Anger over aid worker's killing expressed to Israeli PM

By Tess Ikonomou and Kat Wong
Updated April 3 2024 - 4:00pm, first published 3:57pm
Australian aid worker Zomi Frankcom died in an Israeli air strike while delivering food in Gaza. (HANDOUT/SUPPLIED)
Australian aid worker Zomi Frankcom died in an Israeli air strike while delivering food in Gaza. (HANDOUT/SUPPLIED)

Anthony Albanese has expressed the nation's anger at the killing of an Australian aid worker in Gaza to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, demanding full transparency and accountability over the death.

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