Total chaos in Gaza after Israeli's heaviest night of bombing yet
The BBC's Rushdi Abualouf, reporting from Gaza, says the north of the Strip was hit overnight "on a scale we’ve never seen before."
Israel's military said it was intensifying its bombing of Gaza and that its ground forces were "expanding operations."
This morning, Israel's military spokesman said forces had entered Gaza and were "still in the field", and a video showed Israeli tanks on the move.
The UN General Assembly called for an immediate humanitarian truce, with 120 states voting for a resolution put forward by Jordan.
Israel has been bombing Gaza since the 7 October Hamas attacks that killed 1,400 people and saw 229 people kidnapped as hostages.
The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza says more than 7,500 people have been killed since Israel's retaliatory bombing began.