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Top UN official kidnapped, UN denies Israeli school strike

UN retracts claim Israeli strike hit school
From correspondents in Jerusalem
Agence France-Presse
February 05, 2009 04:08am

THE United Nations has retracted a claim that an Israeli strike which killed more than 40 people in northern Gaza city of Jabaliya last month hit a school run by a UN agency.
"The humanitarian coordinator would like to clarify that the shelling, and all of the fatalities, took place outside rather than inside the school," the UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in its latest weekly update on the situation in Gaza.
It stressed that its initial report of the January 6 incident correctly stated that Israeli shells hit outside the school run by the UN agency for Palestinian refugees UNRWA, but that it later referred to "the shelling of the UNRWA school in Jabaliya".
The Israeli military initially said its forces had responded to hostile fire from within the UN school but later reportedly retracted that statement.
The attack sparked widespread outrage in the midst of Israel's deadly offensive in Gaza.,,25004467-20261,00.html
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"Militants reportedly kidnapped a senior UN diplomat, an American national working for UNHCR, on Monday after killing his driver in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta. The abduction, which has been condemned by the Pakistan government, is the latest in a series of kidnappings and killings of foreign officials. "