The death toll in Gaza also keeps climbing: It stands at more than 1,110 people; 15 people were killed overnight.
— Gaza's Only Power Plant Hit:
Reporting from Gaza, NPR's Emily Harris said last night brought the "longest, loudest and closest attacks so far."
At least one shell struck Gaza's only power plant, the head of Gaza's electricity company told Emily.
"It started a blaze that destroyed the storage tanks," Emily tells us. "He says the plant is no longer producing. Combined with downed lines from Israel, Gazan homes are getting something around less than four hours of electricity a day. This affects water as water needs pumps."