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More Fighting Overnight in Gaza

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (CBS2/FOX28) - Hamas militants are still firing rockets toward Israels main airport, but the FAA has lifted its ban on U.S.-based flights to and from the area. 
Officials say Israel is taking adequate steps to make flying safe for travelers.
Palestinian officials say shells from an Israeli tank hit a school that was being used as a shelter in the Gaza strip.
At least 15 people were killed and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon says United Nations staff are among the casualties.
Palestinians say the building was hit by an Israeli airstrike but Israel says the school was not a target and is investigating. 
Secretary of State John Kerry is still trying to broker a ceasefire deal to calm ongoing tension between Israel and Hamas. 
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