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Gaza crisis: Israel says no shells fell inside UN school

At least 10 people have been killed in a strike near a UN-run school housing Palestinians displaced by the Gaza conflict, medics say.

Mark Regev, a spokesman for Israel's prime minister, said no shells fell inside the facility. but that there was some "fighting in the vicinity".

He accused Hamas of using the school as a "human shield".

The attack hit the entrance of the facility in Rafah, where thousands of Palestinians are said to be sheltering.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon described the attack as a "moral outrage and a criminal act".

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