Hamas has said that their military leader Mohammed Deif, targeted by recent Israeli airstrikes which killed his wife and child, was still alive and in command.
Israel says there were no injuries in the Tel Aviv attack.
This video shows an Israeli attack on a "concealed rocket launcher" in Gaza tonight.
An update by the health ministry in Gaza: One toddler killed and 15 injured in air strike in Sheikh Radwan district in Gaza.
The Israeli army says rockets from Gaza have hit Ashkelon regional council, and that 10 rockets have been fired at Israel since ceasefire talks broke down.
The US has blamed rocket fire from Gaza for a breakdown in indirect talks between Israel and Palestinian authorities on a durable ceasefire, and said Hamas bore responsibility.
"Hamas has security responsibility for Gaza... Rocket fire came from Gaza," said Marie Harf, a State Department spokeswoman.
This from the AFP news agency:
A senior Hamas official said the chances of a durable ceasefire in Gaza were "evaporating" and that there had been no progress in indirect negotiations with Israel.
The official, Ezzat al-Rishq, is among a Palestinian delegation in Cairo where Egyptian mediators are racing to bridge the gaps ahead of the expiration of a temporary ceasefire at midnight.
"There is no progress in the negotiations. Chances of an agreement are evaporating, and we hold the Zionist occupation fully responsible for that," Rishq wrote on Twitter.