The Gaza conflict is now entering its third week as the bloodshed in the Middle East continues. Here is a look at the conflict in numbers.
In between the bandages, I could see the soreness of Randa’s skin. Her eyes stare out at a world which has been brutal to her.
An Israeli student has started an online campaign in an attempt to encourage respect between Jews and Arabs.
The Middle East conflict has left children in Gaza with serious injuries as both sides continue attacking one another.
The children pictured are just two of those being treated at Khan Yunis Hospital, Gaza.
ITV News also met three-year-old Randa Al Shaer - who is not pictured because of the severity of her injuries - who suffered third degree burns and lost both her mother and grandfather in an Israeli airstrike.
Israel has rejected the decision to bar flights to its Ben Gurion airport stating that they are "safe and secure."
In an interview on MSNBC, Israeli spokesperson Mark Regev said he hopes American carriers will fly to Israel soon after continued fighting and rocket attacks in the region.
A third civilian has been killed by Hamas rocket attacks on Israel.
The UN's Human Rights chief Navi Pullay said Israel's military action in Gaza could amount to war crimes. Speaking earlier today, she said:
– Navi Pullay
There seems to be a strong possibility that humanitarian law has been violated in a manner that could amount to war crimes.
The US Secretary of State John Kerry is meeting with Palestinian Authority president Abbas in Jerusalem for peace talks aimed at ending the deadly violence in Gaza.
The Israeli military have defended the bombing of Wafa Hospital in Gaza, saying it was used as a launching site for rockets fired by Hamas into Israel.
Because Hamas uses Wafa Hospital for military purposes, the IDF has targeted specific sites and terrorists within the hospital grounds.
In recent days, Hamas has fired anti-tank missiles from Wafa Hospital. Hamas gunfire from the building continued this morning.
The bombing of the hospital, along with other attacks on civilian targets, has been criticised by the United Nations, who said it could amount to war crimes.
The US Secretary of State John Kerry, currently in Tel Aviv for talks aimed at ending the deadly violence in Gaza, offered his condolences to the families of Max Steinberg and Sean Carmeli, two US citizens killed taking part in the military offensive against Gaza.
Deaths of IDF/US citizens Max Steinberg & Sean Carmeli in #Gaza heartbreaking reminder of close bonds w/ Israel/condolences to all
US Secretary of State John Kerry said some progress has been made in efforts to end the 16 days of violence between Israel and Hamas in Gaza.
Shortly after arriving in Jerusalem this morning for a meeting with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said:
– John Kerry
We have certainly made some steps forward. There is still work to be done.
At least seven more Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes from tanks and drones in Gaza city this morning.
Hundreds more residents fled their homes to seek refuge, as Israeli tanks on the border of the Gaza Strip continued to fire shells and mortars.
Passengers have been stranded at Israel's main airport in Tel Aviv after many international flights to and from the US and Europe were cancelled due conflict in the region.