An estimated 750 people have been killed in Gaza since Israel began its operation to counter rocket strikes from Hamas


A Palestinian man holds a girl, whom medics said was injured in an Israeli shelling at a U.N-run school sheltering Palestinian refugees, at a hospital in the northern Gaza Strip

At least 15 people were killed after Israeli forces struck a U.N.-run school sheltering Palestinians in northern Gaza, the Gaza Health Ministry said on Thursday. Another 200 people were wounded in the attack, which marks the fourth time that a UN facility has been hit since Israel began Operation Protective Edge on July 8 Nearly 750 Palestinians and at least 32 Israeli soldiers have been killed in the fighting, which intensified last week when Israel launched a ground operation to destroy tunnels used by Hamas, the militant group that controls the Gaza Strip, to deploy a regular stream of rockets into Israel. SEE MORE ON PAGE2

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