Rockets were fired from Lebanon into northern Israel, as rocket fire from Gaza into southern Israel continues. Israel is responding with air strikes aimed at Hamas in Gaza. (July 11)
Palestinians in Gaza held a funeral for eight members of a family, killed in an Israeli airstrike early Thursday. Israel says it's doing all it can to avoid civilian casualties. (July 11)
JERUSALEM — Israel's prime minister says he will not cave in to international pressure to stop a military offensive in the Gaza Strip.
Benjamin Netanyahu told a news conference Friday that Israel will continue its offensive until rocket fire out of Gaza is halted.
He says he has had "good conversations" with a number of world leaders in recent days, including President Barack Obama and European leaders.
"No international pressure will prevent us from acting with all power," he said.
Netanyahu said Israel has attacked more than 1,000 targets in Gaza during the four-day operation and is using twice the force it used during a similar offensive in 2012. More than 100 Palestinians have been killed.