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In Gaza, more than 225,000 Palestinians are packed into shelters, according to the United Nations.
Most people can't find clean water and Gaza's only power plant has been destroyed in recent days.
Now Israel is indicating there are more phases to come in this conflict.
CNN’s Karl Penhaul reports.
Gaza City (CNN) - The death toll on both sides of the Gaza battle jumped Monday, as Palestinian officials reported scores more killed and Israel announced seven more soldiers died - including several on Israeli soil.
About 550 Palestinians have been killed, Gaza Health Ministry officials said. It's unknown how many were militants, but the United Nations has estimated that 70% are civilians. Israel has reported dozens of terrorists killed by its forces.
In total, 25 Israeli soldiers have died, including three believed killed by friendly fire. Seven of the soldiers were killed Monday. Four were on Israeli soil, killed as a result of infiltration by Hamas operatives, the Israel Defense Forces said.
President Obama sent a direct message to Russia President Vladimir Putin Friday: do not press further into Ukraine. CNN's Jim Sciutto and Karl Penhaul discuss.
CNN's Karl Penhaul reports that U.S. intelligence officials are upping the chances that Russia will invade Eastern Ukraine.