There have been two days of quiet in Gaza. No rockets or missiles, no more destroyed houses, no more ambulance sirens screaming.
A three-year-old girl has been rescued from Gaza and brought to London for life-saving heart surgery.
A small team of NHS doctors and surgeons is travel to Gaza to set up facilities and establish how best to use specialists and equipment.
An explosion has been heard in Tel Aviv, according to a tweet by the Israeli military, although it was not immediately clear what had caused it.
Just now, an explosion was heard in the Tel Aviv area.
Israel says 175 rockets have been fired at its territory from Gaza since the latest ceasefire was broken yesterday.
Since Hamas broke the latest ceasefire, over 175 rockets have been fired at Israel.
There have been no reported casualties as a result of the rocket attacks.
However, Palestinian health officials say at least 19 people have died in Israeli air strikes since the ceasefire ended yesterday.
At least 19 people have died in Israeli air strikes on Gaza since the ceasefire ended yesterday, Palestinian health officials say.
Israeli aircraft have carried out 80 strikes in the Gaza Strip since Tuesday, "targeting terror sites", the military said.
A rocket fired from Gaza has hit a civilian home in Hof Ashkelon, Israel's military claims.
Moments ago, a rocket fired from Gaza hit a civilian home in the Hof Ashkelon region. There are no injuries are currently reported.
Israel Defence Forces also said they had targeted two Hamas fighters "responsible for rocket attacks against Israel this morning".
Moments ago, the IDF targeted 2 terrorists in northern Gaza. Both were responsible for rocket attacks against Israel this morning.
Israel says 30 rockets have been fired at its territory from Gaza since midnight, and 80 since the ceasefire ended yesterday.
Terrorists have fired over 80 rockets since breaking the ceasefire yesterday. 30 rockets have been fired at Israel since midnight.
There have been no reported casualties as a result of the attacks.
Israel's military says it has carried out 60 air strikes on the Gaza Strip since hostilities resumed yesterday, with hospital officials reporting 11 Palestinians killed.
Hamas says an Israeli bombing of a house in Gaza City last night was an attempt to assassinate its military leader, Mohammed Deif.
There was no official confirmation from Israel, which has targeted Deif in air strikes at least four times since the mid-1990s, holding him responsible for the deaths of dozens of its citizens in suicide bombings.
"I am convinced that if there was intelligence that Mohammed Deif was not inside the home, then we would not have bombed it," Yaakov Perry, Israel's science minister and former security chief, told Army Radio.
A Hamas official said that Deif does not use the house.
Three bodies were pulled from the rubble. Hospital officials identified them as Deif's wife, his seven-month-old son and a 20-year-old man.
Israel's military claims 10 rockets have been fired from Gaza in the last hour - adding that the total launched at Israel since the end of the ceasefire is now around 70.
Since Gaza terrorists violated the latest ceasefire, they have fired about 70 rockets at Israel. 10 rockets were launched in the past hour.
Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip fired rockets at Israel for a second day after fighting resumed with the collapse of truce talks and an Israeli air strike that killed three people in Gaza.
Charging Israel had "opened a gateway to hell," Hamas's armed wing vowed to target Israel's Ben-Gurion International Airport with rocket fire, possibly to retaliate for what Hamas was quoted by Israeli media Haaretz as saying was an Israeli attempt to assassinate its top militant leader, Mohammed Deif, in a Gaza City strike.
It was not clear whether Deif, who has survived previous Israeli attacks, had survived the strike that killed a woman and a two-year-old girl who media reports said may have been his wife and daughter.
A spokesman for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected Palestinian charges that Israel was to blame for a breakdown in ceasefire talks in Cairo, saying rocket fire from Gaza "made continuation of talks impossible."
Spokesman Mark Regev responded to Palestinian negotiator Azzam al-Ahmed's charge that Israel had thwarted the talks that broke down after Israel recalled its negotiators from Egypt, accusing Hamas of violating a truce.
"The Cairo process was built on a total and complete cessation of all hostilities and so when rockets were fired from Gaza, not only was it a clear violation of the ceasefire but it also destroyed the premise upon which the talks were based," Regev said.
The head of the Palestinian negotiating team in Cairo said talks for a ceasefire in Gaza had failed and delegates were leaving Egypt.
Azzam al-Ahmed of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's mainstream Fatah movement, said: "Israel thwarted the contacts that could have brought peace ... there was an Israeli decision to make the Cairo talks fail."