Gaza: 'Terrible scene' in UN-run school hit by Israeli fire
Israel launched a deadly attack on a UN school housing refugees in Gaza despite repeated warnings that civilians were sheltering there, the UN has said.
UN spokesman Chris Gunness said "the world stands disgraced" by the attack, in which 15 were reported killed.
The Israeli military said an initial inquiry suggested soldiers responded after militants had fired mortar shells "from the vicinity of the [UN] school".
Chris Morris reports from the school in Gaza.
30 Jul 2014
- From the section Middle East