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In the deadliest day for the Israeli military since 2006, 13 soldiers were killed in Gaza, bringing the number of soldiers killed so far to 18, and another was said to have been kidnapped. Prime Minister Netanyahu accused Hamas of using human shields, and said, "All civilian casualties are unintended by us, but actually intended by Hamas." Over 1,700 rockets have been fired at Israel since the conflict began on July 8; today 87 were launched towards Israel, and 16 were intercepted by the Iron Dome defense system.

Palestinians Find Show of Support Lacking From Arab Leaders Amid Offensive

Despite Israeli Push in Gaza, Hamas Fighters Slip Through Tunnels

Israel expands Gaza ground offensive; no sign of truce

Turkey, Qatar involved in Gaza ceasefire negotiations: Hamas politburo member

Israeli Troops Battle Hamas, Uncover Gaza Tunnels

Prime Minister Netanyahu warned of an expansion of Israel's ground offensive into Gaza, as the number of rockets fired towards Israel since July 8 topped 1,600. Of the 135 rockets launched at Israel during the first day of the ground operation, the Iron Dome system intercepted 40. One Israel soldier was killed and seven others were injured.

Lebanon TV channels to adopt common newscast supporting Gaza

Danish Jews threatened after Gaza conflict

What drove Hamas to take on Israel?

After 10 days of an aerial campaign by Operation Protective Edge to stop the rain of missiles into Israel from Gaza, Israeli officials said a ground campaign has been launched in Gaza to destroy militant infrastructure such as tunnels, but not with the intent to topple Hamas. Israeli forces used a Patriot missile to shoot down a Hamas drone over Ashkelon. Israeli bombardments of militant targets in Gaza resumed after a brief ceasefire was broken by Hamas rockets fired into Israel. Three suspects in the kidnapping and killing of a Palestinian youth in Jerusalem appeared in court; Israeli officials called the brutal murder a "terrorist act."

Gaza Invasion Is Likely, Israeli Official Says

The military said the Iron Dome defense system shot down 29 of 123 rockets fired into Israel today. The IDF agreed to a five-hour humanitarian truce starting tomorrow. Justice Minister Livni warned, however, that Israel will have no choice but to launch a ground incursion into Gaza if the rocket attacks do not stop. Over 1,000 rockets have been fired at Israel since the start of Operation Protective Edge last week; one Israeli has been killed so far by the attacks.

Gaza Toll Hits 194, First Israeli Killed as Netanyahu Announces Broadening Military Operation

Israel's Peres Defends Airstrikes

Abdullah Azzam Brigades launches rocket attacks from Gaza

Hamas homemade rocket industry bypasses crumbling supply lines

Israel says shoots down Gaza drone as calls for truce mount

Hamas' Al Qassem Brigades launched missiles into Tel Aviv, the suburb of Rishon LeZion, and Haifa; Israeli officials said the Iron Dome defense system intercepted two missiles. Over 100 rockets were fired towards Israel from Gaza today, bringing the total to over 630 so far in the conflict. Israeli forces shelled the source of a cross-border attack from Lebanon. A rocket fired from Syria landed in the Israel-held Golan Heights. Prime Minister Netanyahu said Israel's offensive will stop only after the capabilities of Hamas and other terrorist groups in Gaza have been seriously degraded.

Prime Minister Netanyahu said he would not give in to international pressure to halt Israel's offensive against militants in Gaza, and refused to rule out the possibility of a ground operation. He claimed that Israeli forces have attacked over 1,000 targets, many of them linked to Hamas and Islamic Jihad, in the four-day offensive and that there are still "more to go." The military said about 550 projectiles have been fired at Israel since July 8.