U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is now in Israel for talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the crisis between Israel and Gaza.
People in Gaza and Israel came under attack for a seventh straight day Tuesday, and officials from Israel and Hamas gave conflicting views as to whether any kind of truce was near.
Clinton is scheduled to meet later with Palestinian leaders in the West Bank, and then head to Cairo, where Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy has a key role to play in the mediation.
Officials in Morsy's office told CNN they would have no announcement tonight that would take Gaza and Israel closer to peace.
CNN has multiple crews in Gaza, Israel and neighboring countries to bring you the latest information on the conflict, the impact on people and talks to stop the violence. Turn to CNN TV and http://CNN.com for what you need to know now.
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