UN workers pulled out of Gaza over security concerns after job cuts
GAZA CITY, Palestinian Territories, Oct 1, 2018 (BSS/AFP) – The UN agency
for Palestinian refugees said Monday it was temporarily withdrawing part of
its foreign staff from the Gaza Strip following security concerns linked to
job cuts in the Palestinian enclave.
It said in a statement it had “decided to temporarily withdraw part of its
international staff from Gaza following a series of worrying security
incidents affecting its personnel in the strip.”
A source with the agency said around 10 staff members crossed into Israel
from the Gaza Strip on Monday.