An IDF spokesman said 55 rockets had been fired towards Israel from Gaza during the night.
He added that the majority were intercepted by the IDF.
The US embassy in Israel released the following statement today:
"Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke this evening with Gary Pruitt, the President and CEO of the Associated Press. The Secretary offered his unwavering support for independent journalists and media organizations around the world and noted the indispensability of their reporting in conflict zones. He expressed relief that the Associated Press team on the ground in Gaza remains safe."
Footage of IDF attack on homes of Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar and his brother, Mohammed Sinwar.
An Israeli official with knowledge of the situation told Kan News that while the US administration remains supportive of the Jewish state's right to defend itself from Hamas, this support is not expected to last long, and that the Americans will pressure Israel to finish the ongoing operation in the near future while avoiding civilian casualties.
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IDF Spokesman Hidai Zilberman said on Sunday morning that the IDF had attacked the homes of Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar and his brother, as well as the house of another senior official.
He added that the IDF continued to attack Hamas' "metro" with more than 100 bombs. "I want to see what the Americans would say if even one rocket was fired at Washington," said Zilberman.
Iran's Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, has canceled his visit to Vienna over Austria's show of solidarity with Israel amid the rocket salvos from Gaza, i24NEWS reported Saturday.
According to Austria's Die Presse, Zarif was slated to meet with Austria's Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg early on Saturday.
Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Marc Garneau, on Saturday expressed "grave concern" over the situation in Israel and Gaza, as Hamas continues to fire rockets at Israeli cities.
"We urge all parties to take immediate steps to end the violence, de-escalate tensions, protect all civilians, refugees, journalists and media workers," he tweeted.
The Al-Jazeera network reported that Israeli fighter jets attacked more than a hundred targets in the Gaza Strip overnight Saturday and that many buildings and roads throughout the Gaza Strip were destroyed.
The Hamas health ministry said at least two people were killed and another 25 were seriously injured in the Israeli strikes.
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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Saturday he is "dismayed" by civilian casualties in Gaza and "deeply disturbed" by Israel's strike on a building containing international media outlets, AFP reports.
The comments came after 10 members of a family were reportedly killed in an Israeli air strike in Gaza, and another air strike demolished the 13-floor Gaza building housing Al Jazeera and The Associated Press news agency.
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Some of the missiles were not intercepted, and fell in the areas of Yehud, Gan Yavne, and Rishon Lezion. So far, no injuries have been repored.
The MDA reports that despite some 42 rockets spotted, no injuries have been reported.