A BBC Arabic reporter was set upon by an angry Israeli bystander in the middle of a live broadcast on the situation in Gaza.
A specialist intensive care nurse working with Medecins sans Frontieres talks about her experiences at a clinic in Gaza.
It's been a bloody day. An awful day. And for Israel the first day that the consequences of this war have come home.
An unverified video posted on YouTube by the Israeli Defence Forces claims to show a military strike on a Hamas tunnel yesterday. The IDF also claimed it "proved it contained explosives meant for terror attacks".
We struck a Hamas tunnel yesterday. Secondary blasts proved that it contained explosives meant for terror attacks. http://t.co/UYPjIfdwD9
An Israeli soldier is presumed dead after he went missing in the Gaza Strip, according to local media. The reports come two days after the Islamist Hamas group announced they had captured a soldier during clashes.
Israel's Channel 10 News said the military believed the man was killed along with six other troops in an attack on an armoured vehicle on Sunday. However, the army has only identified six bodies. Hamas on Sunday announced it had captured an Israeli soldier, but did not say whether he was dead or alive.
Abu Ubaida, the spokesman of the Hamas's armed wing, said the soldier was seized in heavy fighting on the Gaza border on Sunday. He displayed a photo ID and army serial number of theman, but showed no image of him in their hands.
Israel's military has killed a further 10 Palestinians continuing it offensive against the Gaza Strip amid diplomatic pressure to end the worst violence in five years between Hamas and Israel.
Plumes of dark black smoke rose into the sky above Gaza, and shells continued to rain down on the coastal enclave, while Hamas and its allies fired 11 rockets across the border into southern Israel, the army said.
With the conflict entering its third week, the Palestinian death toll rose to almost 550, including nearly 100 children and many other civilians, Gaza health officials said. The Israeli military said it had killed 183 militants. Israel's military announced the deaths of two more soldiers, bringing the number of army fatalities to 27.
The Israeli military says one of its soldier is missing in the Gaza offensive, according to Israeli media.
The Israel Defence Forces said that its Iron Dome defence system has intercepted six rockets above the Israeli city of Ashdod.
Moments ago, the Iron Dome intercepted 7 rockets above Ashdod.
Israel continued its assaults in the Gaza Strip killing three Palestinians in as many air strikes, as the US Secretary of State John Kerry travelled to Egypt to seek a ceasefire in the 14-day-old conflict "as soon as possible."
Deaths in Khan Younis, Beit Hanoun and Beit Lahiya saw the Palestinian death toll reach 539, including nearly 100 children and many other civilians, since the offensive was launched on July 8, Gaza health officials said.
Israel's death toll also rose to 29, with two soldiers killed in the past day of fighting, the Israeli military said. The total includes two civilian killed by rocket fire.
The Israel Defence Forces claim they have killed "183 terrorists" and have struck "1,388 terror sites" since ground operations began in Gaza.
Since starting our ground operation in Gaza, we have struck 1,388 terror sites and killed 183 terrorists. http://t.co/g7FtwHq1Tc
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in an interview NBC Nightly News said Israel was right to send soldiers into Gaza.
"We have to defend ourselves. We try to do it with a minimum amount of force or with targeting military targets as best as we can. But we'll act to defend ourselves. No country can live like this", he said.
He added: "It's very saddening to see any of these civilian deaths is terribly saddening [...] I can tell that we opened up hospitals, a field hospital, a humanitarian field hospital on the edge of Gaza and Hamas doesn't let the people come there."
The number of Palestinians killed in the Israel-Gaza conflict has surpassed 560, according to the Associated Press.
The strike on a Gaza City tower block brought down most of the building, killing 11 people - including six members of the same family - and wounding 40, said Palestinian health official Ashraf al-Kidra.
At least 565 Palestinians have been killed and more than 3,600 wounded in the past two weeks, Mr al-Kidra said.
Explosions could be seen and heard over Gaza City in the early hours, as Israel continued to launch airstrikes on the Gaza Strip.
According to Al Aqsa TV, a broadcaster affiliated with Hamas, Israelis hit the house of slain Hamas military leader Ahmed Jabari.
ITV News cannot independently verify that information.