New truce agreed in Gaza conflict
Israel and Palestinian factions have accepted a fresh 72-hour ceasefire in the Gaza conflict, clearing the way for more talks in Egypt.
Egypt brokered a similar truce last week, but fighting resumed after the three-day window. It is hoped the latest ceasefire will enable negotiators to agree a longer truce.
About 2,000 people have died in the conflict, which began on 8 July when Israel launched an operation to deter militant attacks from Gaza.
Orla Guerin reports from Gaza.
10 Aug 2014