Israel is searching Gaza for a missing soldier.
The IDF says Second Lt. Hadar Goldin was captured in a Hamas attack that broke the ceasefire.
Osama Hamdan is a Hamas spokesman who says he does not know what happened to Lt. Goldin. He then accused the missing soldier of killing civilians.
People on both sides of the Gaza border are living in constant fear.
Two girls separated by war are telling their stories on Twitter.
Paula Hancocks looks at what they are saying.
One of the goals of the 72-hour ceasefire was to give humanitarian groups the opportunity to reach Gaza civilians.
Since the quiet only lasted 90-minutes, conditions inside Gaza continue to deteriorate.
John Vause reports on the civilian crisis.
Word of a ceasefire deal in Gaza comes as an Israeli company called Mobileye prepares for a big Wall Street debut. Mobileye is set for the largest ever I.P.O. of an Israeli company.
There are questions about the impact of constant violence on the Israeli economy and the longterm success of companies like Mobileye.
Ian Lee takes a closer look.
On the heels of a UN school coming under attack in Gaza, on Wednesday evening Erin Burnett welcomed Dore Gold, asking the Senior Foreign Policy Advisor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu where civilians fleeing violence in the Middle East are expected to go.
Hamas has reportedly been using U.N. schools as a storage area for rockets and missiles, a practice that is leaving innocent Palestinians with few options to seek safety. Israel has made attempts to move Palestinians out of areas of conflict, but with the borders closed, Burnett's question remains unanswered.
Watch the above video for the full conversation between the "Erin Burnett OutFront" host and her guest Dore Gold.