Here are the most serious violent incidents since the formal launching of the "road map" Mideast peace plan June 4:
— June 13: Israel renews helicopter missile attacks against Hamas (search) militants in Gaza City, killing one operative and injuring 32 Palestinians, including 10 children. Rockets were fired at a building just a block from the home of Hamas founder Sheik Ahmed Yassin (search).
— June 12: Israeli helicopters fire missiles at a car in Gaza City, killing a Hamas militant and six other people, including the man's wife and 2-year-old daughter.
— June 12: After nightfall, Israeli forces killed two Islamic Jihad activists who drew guns on soldiers who came to arrest them in the West Bank town of Jenin, the military said. Witnesses said special forces entered the town and opened fire on the two.
— June 11: A Palestinian homicide bomber blows himself up on a bus in Jerusalem, killing 17 passengers and bystanders.
— June 11: Shortly after the bus attack, Israeli helicopters fire missiles at a car in Gaza City, killing two Hamas commanders and seven bystanders. Two low-level Hamas activists are killed in a second helicopter attack.
— June 10: Two Palestinians perish in an Israeli helicopter strike aimed at Hamas leader Abdel Aziz Rantisi (search), who escapes with wounds.
— June 8: Three Palestinians, each representing a different militant group, infiltrate an Israeli army base on the Israel-Gaza border and kill four soldiers before they are slain.