Israeli airstrikes on Gaza continued for a fifth day Wednesday, as the Jewish state's defense minister mulled a truce proposal to allow humanitarian aid into Gaza.
The air assault overnight into Wednesday struck the office of Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniya and the Hamas Interior Ministry, among other targets, the Israeli Defense Forces told CNN. The airstrikes followed a mission Tuesday that leveled at least three buildings in a Hamas government compound.
The Israeli air force also blasted away at a series of tunnels linking Gaza to Egypt through the Rafah crossing. Read full article »
CNN's Kevin Flower and Michal Zippori contributed to this report.