UN school in Gaza hit by shelling for second time

A United Nations school sheltering people who have fled Israeli airstrikes in Gaza has been hit by shelling from Israeli shelling, the UN said.

Fighting has now been raging for 16 days and has left more than 650 dead.

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Mosque and petrol station in ruins after air strikes

An air strike has left a mosque and petrol station in ruins in Gaza, as the Palestinian death toll in the conflict rose to over 600.

Twenty-nine Israelis - 27 of them soldiers - have died in the fighting.

A mosque is left destroyed after an Israeli air strike. Credit: ITV News/Sean Swan
A child looks on amid the ruins of a petrol station. Credit: ITV News/Sean Swan

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