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:
- On the 10th day of the conflict, the death toll from fighting between the Israeli military and Palestinian militants has reached 227 in Gaza and 12 in Israel
- Israel's military said its artillery had also attacked "a number of targets in Lebanese territory" in response to rocket fire from within the country
- Four rockets were launched, Israel's military added, reporting that one was intercepted and the rest landed in uninhabited areas. Several militant groups operate in Lebanon, including Hezbollah, which fought a month-long war with Israel in 2006
- US President Joe Biden spoke over the phone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the fourth time since this latest conflict began, telling him he expected a "significant de-escalation today"
- But Netanyahu responded by saying he was "determined to carry on" until "calm and security are restored to Israeli citizens"
- Meanwhile, the latest bid for a UN Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire, launched by France, failed when the US said it could "undermine efforts to de-escalate" the conflict
Contributing to today's live page were David Gritten, Joshua Cheetham, Yaroslav Lukov, Gareth Evans, Thomas Spender, Alix Kroeger, Joshua Nevett and Mal Siret