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Bombing on UN school kills at least 12

Abdul Qader Sabbah The Associated Press Man receives treatment at Kama Adwan hospital following bombing of a UN school in the Jabaliya refugee camp in the Gaza Strip.

The Hamas government's Health Ministry announced Saturday that 12 people were killed in an Israeli bombing that hit a UN school sheltering displaced people in a refugee camp in the north of the Strip. of Gaza.

“Twelve martyrs and at least 54 injured so far in a bombing targeting the al-Fakhura school which shelters thousands of displaced people in the Jabaliya refugee camp,” said the ministry, shortly after the Hamas government announced this strike carried out by “the occupation (Israel, Editor's note)”.

No comment could immediately be obtained from the agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA), which runs the affected school.

On November 2, UNRWA announced that four of its schools in the Gaza Strip sheltering war-displaced people had been hit by bombings which left 23 dead.

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