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Gaza shelling by Israel leads to deadliest day of conflict

Gaza has suffered the highest death toll since Israel's offensive began, with at least 87 people reported killed on Sunday - 67 of them in one area.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas described the deaths in the Shejaiya district east of Gaza City as a "massacre".

Israel said that 13 of its soldiers had been killed since Saturday night.

The BBC's Yolande Knell reports from Gaza.

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