At least 10 people, including eight children, have been killed in an Israeli air strike on a refugee camp in Gaza of Palestine early Saturday.
According to a BBC report, the air strike hit a building in a densely packed refugee camp along Gaza's coast.
A five-month-old baby is said to be the only survivor, found trapped in the rubble next to his dead mother.
The attack came hours after top US State Department official Hady Amr landed in Tel Aviv in an attempt to deescalate tensions.
He was set to meet Israeli leaders in Jerusalem on Saturday, before heading to the occupied West Bank for talks with Palestinian officials.
In response, one rocket is said to have fired from Gaza targeting a building in the Tel Aviv suburb of Ramat Gan. It was not immediately clear if there were casualties.
Witnesses report seeing several projectiles brought down by Israel's Iron Dome defence system.
Hamas said the rockets were a response to the deaths of the 10 Palestinians of the refugee camp.
Meanwhile, the Hamas-run Palestinian health ministry in Gaza has updated the number of people who have died as a result of the conflict in the territory.
According to latest data, some 139 people have been killed since Monday, including 39 children and 22 women. More than 1,000 people have been injured.
The Israeli military says dozens of militants have been killed in the conflict so far.