A 6-year-old girl and two paramedics were found dead after being trapped in a car by Israeli military fire in Gaza.
Why it matters
The tragic deaths highlight the ongoing conflict in Gaza and the impact on civilians and rescue workers.
What the papers say
The Times of Israel reports the US has asked Israel to investigate the incident, while Gulf News and The Guardian highlight the accusations against Israel for deliberately targeting the ambulance. The New York Times and Al Jazeera provide details of the tragic event and the efforts to rescue the girl and her family.
How we got here
The incident occurred during the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
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