We're now pausing our live coverage of the ongoing Israel-Gaza conflict - many thanks for staying with us.
To recap, here are the key developments from the past 24 hours:
- Israel's military is preparing for an "intensive night" of strikes against more targets linked to the Palestinian group Hamas's network of underground tunnels in Gaza
- Three Palestinians have died following clashes with the Israeli security forces in the West Bank, with 72 injured, the Palestinian Health Ministry says
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Hamas, the militant group that rules Gaza, had "received blows it did not expect" and had been set back by "years"
- Egypt has sent 65 tonnes of medical aid to neighbouring Gaza - the UN said at least six hospitals in the territory had been damaged since the conflict erupted
- Israel closed crossings into Gaza just hours after opening them to allow in humanitarian aid. It said it was responding to a barrage of mortar shells fired by Palestinian militants into southern Israel
- Two men from Thailand working at a packaging factory in southern Israel, near the Gaza border, were killed by Palestinian rocket-fire. At least eight others were wounded in the attack.
- The fighting has now killed 213 Palestinians, according to the health ministry in Gaza. The death toll on the Israeli side rose to 12 today