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70 views • January 29, 2024

NTD Newsroom Full Broadcast (Jan. 29)

A wave of countries are halting funding to UNRWA, the United Nations aid agency for Palestinian refugees—and another nation just joined the list. Austria is the latest country to stem the money flow pending a full investigation into accusations that members of the agency's staff were involved in the Oct. 7 Hamas terror attack on Israel. The Austrian foreign ministry announced the decision on Monday. Austria's move follows the more than ten other countries that have done the same. In total, their contributions make up over 60 percent of the U.N. agency's funding.
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