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Palestinians weep after what medics said was an Israeli shell that hit a U.N-run school sheltering Palestinian refugees, at a hospital in Jabaliya in the northern Gaza Strip July 24, 2014. At least 15 people were killed and many wounded on Thursday when Israeli forces shelled a U.N.-run school sheltering Palestinian refugees in northern Gaza, said a spokesman for the Gaza health ministry, Ashraf al-Qidra. Chris Gunness, spokesman for the main U.N. agency in Gaza UNRWA, confirmed the strike and criticised Israel. The Israel army had no immediate comment on the reports. Hamas fired rockets at Tel Aviv and said its gunmen carried out a lethal ambush on Israeli soldiers in north Gaza. REUTERS Finbarr O'Reilly  GAZA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT  - RTR4002E Finbarr O'Reilly Reuters
Gaza suburbs in rubble as Israeli bombardment continues

Israel says it is doing all it can to avoid civilian casualties in its bombardment of Gaza, but the number of dead and injured there continues to grow, and the view on the ground is pretty bleak, Derek Stoffel reports.

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  • Teen girl begins swim across Lake Erie
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-07-25 2:38 AM

    ERIE, Pa. - A teen girl believed to be the youngest to swim across Lake Ontario two years ago is now taking on an even bigger challenge: a marathon swim across Lake Erie.

  • NewsAlert: No survivors in Air Algerie crash: French presidentNewsAlert: No survivors in Air Algerie crash: French president
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-07-25 2:28 AM

    OUAGADOUGO, Burkina Faso - French President Francois Holland says no survivors have been found in the wreckage of the Air Algerie crash in Mali.

  • Air Algerie crash; 116 on board, 5 CanadiansAir Algerie crash; 116 on board, 5 Canadians
    thecanadianpress.com - 2014-07-25 2:05 AM

    OUAGADOUGO, Burkina Faso - An Air Algerie jetliner carrying 116 people — including five Canadians — crashed Thursday in a rainstorm over restive Mali, and its wreckage was found near the border of neighbouring Burkina Faso. It was the third major international aviation disaster in a week.

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