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GRAPHIC VIDEO: Authorities in Gaza say at leat 10 people are dead and 35 have been injured following an air strike at a U.N. ...
school housing displaced Palestinians. (August 3)
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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYRafah, Gaza Strip - August 3, 2014++WARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC VIDEO OF BLOOD, DEAD AND INJURED PEOPLE++1. Various shots of scene following bombing at U.N. school2. Various shots of victims being treated outdoors3. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert Turner, Director of Operations for the UN Palestinian Refugee Agency in Gaza (transcript below)4. Various shots of bombing aftermath at schoolAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYIsrael-Gaza Border - August 3, 20145. Various shots of Israeli troops, tanks along borderVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:A GRAPHIC SCENE SUNDAY ON THE GROUNDS OF A UNITED NATIONS SCHOOL SHELTERING DISPLACED PALESTINIANS IN SOUTHERN GAZA.(NATS)SEVERAL BODIES - AMONG THEM: CHILDREN.. STREWN ACROSS THE GROUND IN POOLS OF BLOOD AS OTHERS RUSH THE WOUNDED INTO AMBULANCES.(NATS)A U-N OFFICIAL SAYS THE SHELTER WAS HIT BY AN ISRAELI AIR STRIKE… KILLING AT LEAST TEN PEOPLE AND WOUNDING 35 OTHERS IN THE TOWN OF RAFAH.AT LEAST ONE U-N STAFFER IS AMONG THE DEAD.THE SCHOOL HAD BEEN HOUSING SOME 3-THOUSAND PEOPLE.(NATS)SOUNDBITE (English) Robert Turner, Director of Operations for the UN Palestinian Refugee Agency in Gaza"This would be the third incident we have had involving strikes in or near one of our schools. We have called on, consistently from the beginning, called on all parties to the conflict to respect the neutrality and inviolability of our installations."THE ISRAELI MILITARY HAD NO IMMEDIATE COMMENT…THE STRIKE COMES A DAY AFTER ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER BENJAMIN NETANYAHU SIGNALED HE WOULD RE-ASSESS THE OPERATION AFTER THE DESTRUCTION OF HAMAS-BUILT TUNNELS ACROSS THE BORDER.ROBERT BUMSTED.. ASSOCIATED PRESS.