We're now pausing our live coverage of the Israel-Gaza conflict and its aftermath.
A fragile peace held up on the first day of a ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip.
If you're just joining us, here's an overview of the main developments today.
- A ceasefire brokered by Egypt and other countries came into effect at 02:00 local time on Friday (23:00 GMT on Thursday) in Israel and Gaza
- The truce was hailed as a victory by Israel and Hamas, the Palestinian militant group that rules Gaza. Both sides claimed military and political successes
- In a sign the truce was holding up, the US said it had been given a "strong assurance" of commitment to the ceasefire
- A top Hamas leader said the conflict had destroyed the concept of harmonious relations between Gaza and Israel
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country "did bold and new things" in the conflict, and hailed the air campaign as an "exceptional success"
- But the ceasefire was put under strain by skirmishes between Palestinians and Israeli police outside the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East Jerusalem. Medics said at least 20 Palestinians were wounded
- Clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police were also seen in parts of the occupied West Bank
- Meanwhile, both Palestinian and Israeli civilians began trying to live their lives without the threat of attacks from the air
- On Friday, Gaza's health ministry said at least 248 people, including 66 children, were killed in the conflict. Israel's military said at least 12 people, including one of its soldiers, were killed
Our live page staff today were Matthew Davis, Gary Kitchener, Joshua Cheetham, Joshua Nevett and Jaroslav Lukov