Hopes for quiet and calm in the Middle East, dashed as the rocket barrage between Israel and Gaza resumes. Israel stopped its attacks for 6 hours.
But Hamas never accepted the terms of the cease-fire and never stopped firing. Israel says it's been hit by 141 rockets total since 9am ET Tuesday - that's the equivalent of one rocket every 6 minutes.
'Failure is not an option': But Israel, Hamas can't agree on cease-fire
Israel has now confirmed its first fatality in this conflict. But in Gaza, the death toll is much higher, nearly 200 people killed.
Many civilians among the dead.
OutFront, State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki.
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Tensions are escalating in the Middle East with fears that war could be imminent.
On Monday, dozens of rockets were fired in a single hour. Israeli officials say 85 total were fired by Hamas, and the military wing of that terror group has confirmed they fired those rockets.
Earlier, five Hamas members were killed by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza - and Israel has since given this operation an official name: Operation Protective Edge.
The beating of an American teen at the hands of Israeli police has not helped matters, even though an Israeli official says if the allegations are true, "Israeli police involved will have to pay a price."
OutFront: Tariq's aunt, Sanah Abu Khdeir and Tariq's family lawyer, Hassan Shibly.
Tensions are rising in the Middle East amid accusations of a revenge killing.
Israelis and Palestinians are engaged in new and violent clashes after another teen is found murdered.
Israeli police say they are looking into whether the teen's death was retaliation for the killings of three Israeli teens in the West Bank.
OutFront, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Spokesman Mark Regev.
Violence in the Middle East is escalating as Israel and Hamas are trading threats and warnings following the murder of three Israeli teens.
Thousands of Israelis gathered Tuesday to mourn the three teens who were kidnapped two weeks ago on their way home from school in the West Bank.
Israel says Hamas is responsible for their deaths - a claim Hamas denies.
Overnight, Israel stepped up its strikes against Hamas terror sites in Gaza, hitting 34 targets. Those strikes were in response to the 18 rockets fired into Israel from Gaza since Sunday.
OutFront, Israel's Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer.