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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Gaza Violence / U.N. School Shelling #1069480

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The day's events in and about the fighting in the Middle East between Israel and Hamas in Gaza reviewed; scenes and photos shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Gaza: Karl Penhaul) The shelling in Gaza of a U.N. school that was being used as a shelter that is being investigated by the U.N. concluding it was Israeli artillery rounds and an attack on a market in eastern Gaza discussed; inset video of the damaged building shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The response from Israel about the schools quoted. [U.N. Relief and Works Agency commissioner general Pierre KRAHENBUHL†- recounts learning our school was hit in Jabalia and the artillery fire was from the IDF after we notified them 17 times about the school; states UNRWA can only offer the premises with the reality that Israel has to accept responsibility; admits weapons were found in unoccupied school buildings.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Penhaul, Karl

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