Nothing much new - more of the same plus added hand wringing.
Israel has carried out overnight air strikes against Gaza's security headquarters and police stations, in the heaviest bombardment since operations began on 8 July.
It also said its troops had carried out a brief raid against a rocket-launching site in the coastal territory.
Israel added that Palestinian militants fired about 90 rockets from the Gaza Strip into its territory on Saturday.
At least 159 Palestinians have died in the air strikes, Gaza officials say.
They are said to include 17 members of one family who died in an Israeli missile strike on Saturday evening.
Israel says it is targeting Hamas militants and facilities, including the homes of senior operatives. However, the United Nations has estimated that 77% of the people killed in Gaza have been civilians.
The UN Security Council called for a ceasefire and peace talks on Saturday. It is the first time since Israel's offensive began that they have issued a statement, with members previously divided on their response.
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