At least 62 Palestinians were killed on Sunday in Israeli shelling of a Gaza neighbourhood that left bodies strewn in the streets and thousands fleeing for shelter to a hospital packed with wounded, Palestinian witnesses and officials said.
The Israeli military said militants from Gaza's dominant Hamas group responded with anti-tank missiles and heavy weapon fire in some of the bloodiest fighting since Israel launched its Gaza offensive 13 days ago.
Thousands flee Gaza, bodies lay on streetsAt least 100 Palestinians were killed on Sunday, in what President Mahmoud Abbas called a “massacre” Middle East
Israel warns foreign journalists covering Gaza fighting"Israel is not in any way responsible for injury or damage that may occur as a result of field reporting." Print
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