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CNN's Karl Penhaul reports on some of the heaviest fighting in Gaza, as F-16 fighters continue to drop bombs.
It's hard to keep count of the number of times a cease-fire has been proposed, or rejected, or broken, or accepted for a limited time and discarded.
In the escalating conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, it's been exceedingly difficult to get these parties to stop firing at each other for longer than 12 hours at a time.
Israel's relentless military assault on Gaza continues, and Hamas keeps firing rockets and sending fighters through tunnels into Israel. 56 Israelis have been killed in the fighting, almost all of them soldiers.
But nearly 1,200 Palestinians - mostly civilians - have been killed, according to the United Nations.
CNN's Jake Tapper asked Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev about the horrible human toll the conflict is taking on both sides.
It's been 11 days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot out of the sky over Eastern Ukraine.
The crash site has been called the biggest crime scene in the world, and it still hasn't been secured.
Pro-Russian separatists, the leading suspects who also maintain control over the vast wreckage that spans dozens of square miles, turned away international investigators from the crime scene for a second day.
CNN's Jake Tapper asked OSCE spokesperson Michael Bociurkiw why his team was turned away again.
Hamas seems to be escalating its attacks, firing mortars successfully at Israeli soldiers and trying again Monday to use its network of tunnels that Hamas has dug from Gaza to attack Israeli citizens, according to the Israeli government.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer got a look inside this tunnel network.
CNN's Ian Lee and Atika Shubert report from Gaza and Ashkelon, Israel as the death toll in the conflict between Israelis and Hamas climbs higher.