On Sunday, almost 100 Palestinians were killed, making it the deadliest day of the conflict.
The number of Palestinians killed Sunday who lived in Shijaiyah, a neighborhood of Gaza City. A Hamas spokesman called the Israeli offensive in the neighborhood a "massacre" and "war crime"; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the area a "rocket center."
The number of Israeli soldiers killed Sunday, making it the highest death toll for the military since the operations began.
The number of Israeli soldiers killed who were American: Sean Carmeli, 21, volunteered to join the Israel Defense Forces last year; Max Steinberg, 24, joined after a birthright trip.
A conversation about the Mideast crisis between Secretary of State John Kerry and his top aide that was recorded while they were off-air and in which he voices concern about the civilian death toll in Gaza. Here's a summary:
Kerry's comments are clear. "It's a hell of a pinpoint operation," he says, then repeats it. "It's a hell of a pinpoint operation." It's an apparent reference to Israel's insistence that its incursion into the region would be limited. "It's escalating significantly," the person on the phone replies, and Kerry then says: "We've got to get over there. I think we ought to go tonight." He then calls it "crazy" to be "sitting around."
Numbers for the two-week-old Israeli offensive:
The number of Palestinians killed in the conflict.
The number of Israelis who have died in the conflict. Of them, 18 were soldiers and two were civilians.
The number of Gazans displaced from their homes. Of those, 85,000 are living in 67 shelters, according to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency.