23 November 2012 Last updated at 10:24 GMT
Gaza crisis: Palestinian 'shot dead near border'
A Palestinian man has been shot dead by Israeli soldiers close to the Gaza border, say Palestinian officials.
It is the first reported killing since the ceasefire between Hamas and Israel came into force on Wednesday evening.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) confirmed only that it had fired "warning shots" after seeing a group walking towards the border fence.
Earlier, Israel said it had arrested several people over a bus bomb in Tel Aviv on Wednesday.
The blast, which injured 29 people, came just hours before the ceasefire began and was the first such attack in Tel Aviv for more than six years.
The shooting on Friday, east of Khan Younis, left another 10 people injured, said health officials in Gaza.
Eyewitnesses said the group were farmers but the Israelis they had been marching towards the border as if staging a protest.