Death toll soars as fighting rages across Gaza, Israel raids West Bank

Fighting raged across Gaza and Israeli units raided the West Bank on Sunday after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has faced growing domestic criticism, rejected calls for post-war "Palestinian sovereignty".

Alongside fierce fighting in southern Gaza and across the besieged territory, strikes in Syria and Iraq raised fears of a wider conflagration.

Rockets Fired From Gaza Into Southern Israel

Rockets were fired last night from Gaza towards southern Israel.

In response, the Israel Defense Forces said they had destroyed two missile sites in central Gaza.

A tunnel shaft with explosive devices was also destroyed, killing several "terrorists" in Khan Yunis.

Palestinian news agency Wafa reports attacks on Gaza City with 20 killed.

Israeli Military Found Tunnel In Gaza School With Photos Of Weapons For Children

Israeli soldiers in Gaza discovered a tunnel shaft located inside a school, the Israel Defense Forces said on Wednesday.

The tunnel was discovered by the 5th Brigade's combat team in the southern Gaza area of Khirbet Ahza. The forces also found photos of weapons geared for children. A photo released by the IDF showed various mortars, grenades and bullets inside the school.

Israel Announced that it had Attacked a Hamas HQ in Southern Gaza

Israel attacked the headquarters of Hamas in the city of Khan Yunis in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, said the spokesman of the Israeli Defense Forces, Daniel Hagari.

"During a ground operation in Khan Younis, the Israel Defense Forces attacked Hamas headquarters in the center of the city, including the Palestinian movement's intelligence command center," Hagari said.