More than 1,000 Palestinians have been killed in the Israel-Gaza conflict, according to Palestinian medical officials.
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The news comes as foreign ministers from seven nations called for an extension of the 12-hour ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, according to Laurent Fabius, the French foreign minister.
"All of us call on the parties to extend the military ceasefire that is currently underway," Mr Fabius told reporters, following a meeting that included the foreign ministers of Britain, France, Qatar, Germany, Italy, Turkey and the United States.
Israel's military pledged to hold fire for 12 hours from 8am (0500 GMT), but will continue searching for tunnels used by militants. The Islamist group Hamas, which dominates Gaza, said that all Palestinian factions would adhere by the short ceasefire.
Meanwhile, Gaza health officials said rescue workers have so far gathered 40 bodies from under rubble since the truce started. Eighteen members of a family died from tank shelling near Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip shortly before the ceasefire begun, the Gaza Health Ministry stated.
- Gaza conflict: 12-hour truce as deaths top 900 bbc.co.uk
- Gaza crisis: Israelis and Palestinians observe 12-hour cease theguardian.com