Israel and militants trade fresh fire as Gaza toll rises
Israel and militants in the Gaza Strip have continued to trade fire overnight after Israel vowed to press on with its offensive to stop rocket attacks.
Some 121 Palestinians have been killed, Palestinian sources say. The UN says more than three-quarters are civilians.
Israel says it hit more than "60 terror targets" in new raids. Two rockets hit Beersheba in Israel, the military said.
Hundreds of missiles and rockets have been fired since Israel began its operation five days ago.
Israel says it is targeting militants and militant facilities, including the homes of senior operatives. It says "dozens of terrorists" are among those killed.
There is no sign of both sides agreeing on a ceasefire, despite intense diplomacy at the United Nations.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Friday that his country will resist foreign pressure to halt its operations.
"The objective is to restore quiet to the cities of Israel, and I intend to achieve this objective," he said.