The funerals of three teenagers murdered whilst hitch-hiking in the occupied West Bank took place in central Israel today.
Their disappearance, three weeks ago, sparked an extensive search operation that ended yesterday with the discovery of their bodies, near Hebron.
The military launched a number of attacks last night on Hamas militants they say are responsible.
As the government warns that Hamas will pay for the murders, those living in the occupied West Bank are left waiting nervously for Israel's response. Middle East Correspondent Geraint Vincent reports.
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