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The Israeli Ambulance Service reports there are "at least 10 casualties" from an explosion on a bus in Tel Aviv.
Israel's Channel 10 Television has unconfirmed reports of an explosion on a bus in Tel Aviv. The Israeli Ambulance Service says it has received reports of an "apparent explosion".
The grad rocket started a fire and spread shrapnel all around. Holes were ripped right through the building and its metal doors.
At the scene of the latest attack in Be'er Tuvia in southern Israel. House hit by a grad rocket, the family is OK as they stayed in a safe room.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in an effort to reach a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
Israel stepped up its bombardment of Gaza last night as a diplomatic push to end the crisis gained momentum. Daybreak's Richard Gaisford reports from Sderot, Israel:
A series of explosions lit up the night sky in Gaza as Israel continued its bombardment of the area.
The latest explosions came as a diplomatic push to end the crisis gained momentum, with Egypt's president predicting that air strikes would soon end.
As international diplomats worked to cement a deal, a senior Hamas official said an agreement was close even as attacks between the two sides continued.
- 130 Palestinians, both militants and civilians, have been killed in Gaza.
- Four Israeli civilians and one soldier have been killed while dozens more were injured by Palestinian rockets.
- Gaza militants have fired over 1,400 rockets at southern Israel.
- 810 of those rockets exploded inside Israel.
- The Iron Dome missile defence system has intercepted about 400 rockets, Israel claim.
- The military says it has hit more than 1,550 military targets in Gaza.
Numbers from the Associated Press.
Silvan Shalom, the vice president of Israel, has seemingly had his Twitter account hacked.
A series of tweets calling on Israel to "stop occupying Palestinian land" have been posted by the account, along with:
Latest ITV News reports
Today's bombing in Tel Aviv is reminiscent of six years ago and could mark a serious escalation in the conflict.
A truce in Gaza suits all sides but none of the groups seem interested in a long-lasting solution.