Israel bombs UN school sheltering displaced Palestinians in Gaza

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Israeli warplanes have struck a school sheltering displaced Palestinians in a populated refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip.

The complex, run by the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), hosts hundreds of displaced people in the Jabalia refugee camp.

Videos of the Sunday attack circulated on social media showing blood in the school yard, and fire in the building.

Citing eyewitnesses, Anadolu news agency reported several people were killed and wounded as “one of the classrooms in the school was bombed by the Israeli army.”

The regime’s warplanes also targeted a house in the refugee camp. 45 people were killed. Dozens were injured. Several missing people are still under the rubble.

The southern city of Khan Younis was also hit by a series of airstrikes and artillery shelling on several areas on Monday.

The Al-Aqsa Hospital, located in Deir al-Balah, alone announced it received at least 40 Palestinians killed by Israeli airstrikes in the previous 24 hours.

In Rafah, the regime’s warplanes bombed a residential apartment. Six people were killed. Most of them were children.

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