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Israeli strikes hit two UN schools in Gaza, five killed: medics

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Israeli strikes hit two separate schools run by the United Nations in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, killing at least five Palestinians, medics and UN officials said.

Two people were killed in a strike on a school in the southern of Khan Yunis and three people were killed in an air strike on a school in Gaza City, they said.

Both schools are run by UNRWA, the UN agency for Palestinian refugees. The identities of the victims were not yet known.


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