Editor's note: CNN has crews in Israel, Gaza and around the region reporting on the hours-old cease-fire and fallout from the upsurge in the Gaza-Israel conflict, which extended eight days. Here are some of their stories:
[Updated 6:17 p.m. ET Wednesday]
[Updated 3:20 p.m. ET Wednesday]
People in Gaza are celebrating the cease-fire, CNN's Arwa Damon and Ben Wedeman report.
[Updated 1:57 p.m. ET Wednesday]
More activity ahead of the 2 p.m. ET (9 p.m. local) cease-fire, this time blasts hitting Gaza, Arwa Damon reports:
And more explosions in Gaza as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was on TV, reacting to news of the cease-fire agreement:
[Updated 12:57 p.m. ET Wednesday]
Minutes after Egypt's foreign minister announced that a Israel-Gaza cease-fire would begin at 2 p.m. ET (9 p.m. local), Ben Wedeman reported that rockets were being fired from Gaza in the direction of Israel. The rocket fire happened just more than an hour before the cease-fire is scheduled to begin.
[Updated 11:09 a.m. ET Wednesday]
Sidner, reporting from a hospital treating people injured in Wednesday's bus blast in Tel Aviv, says none of the injured is expected to lose their lives.
A bomb exploded on a bus in Tel Aviv as it passed by Israeli army headquarters around noon local time Wednesday. Police said the blast left at least 22 people injured; Israeli authorities are trying to determine who was behind the bombing, and whether it was executed by someone who threw the package onto the bus or left it on the bus and then left before the package exploded, Sidner reported.
A couple teens have the worst injuries, according to the hospital. One may lose a limb, and both may face a lifetime of disability, a hospital official said, according to Sidner.
[Updated 9:41 a.m. ET Wednesday]
Damon has pictures from some of the structures that were blasted overnight in Gaza:
Tuesday night and into Wednesday, Israeli bombs and artillery turned buildings, tunnels and bridges in Gaza into rubble in 100 strikes confirmed by Israeli authorities, and Hamas struck back with at least 62 rockets aimed at southern Israel, according to the Israeli military.
[Updated 8:35 a.m. ET Wednesday]
A bomb exploded on a bus in Tel Aviv as it passed by Israeli army headquarters around noon local time Wednesday. The attack, which police said left at least 22 people injured, shook up the Israeli public and threatened to complicate efforts to achieve a cease-fire on the eighth day of violence between Israel and Gaza.
At the scene of the bus bombing, police cordoned off the street as ambulances arrived. CNN's Sara Sidner said there is a hospital nearby. Sidner said the injured included people on the bus and people who were on the street.