World body blames Israel for an artillery attack on a U.N. school that killed at least 20.
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Israeli artillery shells slammed into U.N.-run school sheltering evacuees from the Gaza conflict, killing at least 16.
Backed by artillery shells and airstrikes, assault continues.
Demonstrators in India, Venezuela and other countries rally against the continued bloodshed in the region.
The military hit more than 100 sites overnight in a campaign aimed at stopping rocket fire from the region.
The U.S. called for an investigation of an incident in which Tariq Abu Khieder appeared to have been beaten by Israeli police.
The death of Mohammad Abu Khieder, possibly as retaliation for the killing of three Jewish teens, has caused tensions to spike.
Khazair is home to an estimated 1,500 internally displaced Iraqis, with the number rising daily.
The students who went missing in the West Bank in June were laid to rest in the city of Modiin.
Battles between Iraqi security forces and an extremist group go on, and camps for displaced civilians grow larger.
As militants press offensive elsewhere, minority in capital fears being targeted.
After the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria took Mosul and other cities, Iraq sought volunteers to join the army.
Shiite clerics called on Iraqi civilians to take up arms against advancing Sunni insurgents inspired by al-Qaeda.
The Israeli and Palestinian leaders joined Pope Francis in invocations and symbolically planting olive trees.
A suicide bomber drove his explosive-laden truck into a checkpoint in Tuz Khormato, Iraq, and then a second bomb exploded.
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