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I am at a UN-run school in the Jebalya refugee camp - one of the most populated refugee camps on the Gaza strip.
Locals here say this place was hit by several rounds, just as they were preparing to pray before dawn. Two hit a classroom, while another hit a toilet block, causing utter carnage.
The Israeli military says it is investigating the incident, which comes just six days after another UN school in Beit Hanoun, which was hit by an errant Israeli shell last Thursday.
In that case, Israel later released video showing a shell exploding in an empty playground.
They maintain that no-one could have been killed in that explosion, but people we spoke to on the ground during that incident said that many, many people were killed and injured.
This again will be another very contentious incident in this war, a war which at this moment has no end in sight.
New rules which could mean rule-breaking bankers having their bonuses taken away are a 'big positive step', said Business Secretary Vince Cable.
The regulations will make bankers operate 'more responsibly' he said.
" I don't think anyone would have a quarrel with this. We have suffered enormously from the collapse of the banking system. We need to have a system of penalties in place to make sure this doesn't happen again," Dr Cable added.
Hamas spokesman Sami Aby Zuhri has told Al-Jazeera an announced ceasefire is "worthless" because it does not include the "hot" areas in Gaza and will not allow the Palestinians to go in to theses areas and reach the dead.
Associated Press sports reporter Rob Harris has tweeted:
On Bolt denying calling #Glasgow2014 "a bit s***," The Times says: "We stand by this story 100%. We have utter confidence in this story"
That's The Times Scottish editor Angus Macleod defending their Bolt story
A group of UK nationals has left Libya on a French boat following the escalation in violence between rival militias in and around the capital, Tripoli.
"A small group of British nationals left Tripoli this morning on board a French frigate," a Foreign Office spokesperson said.
"Our advice remains that British nationals should leave by commercial means still available, and we are monitoring the situation and keeping our advice under constant review."
A former police officer is to be charged with the murder of Azelle Rodney, who died after the discharge of a police firearm in April 2005, Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders said.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced today that new measures would see "fleets" of driverless cars take to Britain's roads "in less than six months”.
The Government plans to adapt road regulations, which requires changes to the Highway Code, to allow companies to start running trials of cars that do not need a human driver.
Cable said the satellite controlled vehicles are putting the nation "at the forefront of transformational technology" and believes the UK has the "potential to be a world leader in this field".
– Mr Cable
We will have vehicles which will have automatic parking, we can have automatic breaking which can reduce the risk of tailgating and things of that kind, so these features will gradually be built in.
The key point is that British satellite technology is now pretty advanced, we are now one of the leading countries in the world, and the British car manufacturing industry is very successful.
David Cameron says the "facts on the ground" are "beginning to make a two-state solution impossible" in the Middle East.
The Prime Minister announced an extra £3 million aid for Gaza today as he again called for an unconditional ceasefire to stop the conflict.
David Cameron said Britain had already given £7 million in aid but, questioned about the conflict at an event today, added the additional help was to "make sure the people in Gaza have the basic necessities of life, the food, the shelter and the assistance that they need".
He again repeated the call for both Israel and Hamas to put down their weapons - but blamed Hamas for breaking ceasefires.
"We should be very clear that we want an unconditional, immediate, humanitarian ceasefire that applies to everybody," he said.