Palestinian community mourns 7 children killed in Gaza airstrike – BBC News

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Palestinians and Israelis are counting the cost of the latest conflict, which claimed the lives of more than 250 people, almost all of them in Gaza.

In one Palestinian community near Beit Hanoun a young man and seven children were killed in one attack.

Their families blame an Israeli strike. Fragments of hi-tech precision munitions were found at the scene.

The Israelis say it is likely they were killed by a Palestinian rocket which fell short of its target.

Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by middle east editor Jeremy Bowen in Beit Hanoun.

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