The Israeli military attacked near a U.N. school in Gaza, killing at least 30 people who had been taking refuge in the facility. A strike on a second U.N. school killed 12 people. Although Israel has accused Hamas of using schools and mosques for cover, it has not commented on this particular incident.
Andrew Whitley, head of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East speaks with Martin Savidge about the wider humanitarian concerns in Gaza.
Pat Lang, former head of intelligence analysis for the Middle East and the U.S. Defense Department, provides a closer look at the fighting. Lang examines the military situation on both sides, including reports of friendly fire deaths of Israeli soldiers.