The Israeli military tells the United Nations it will restrict its use of artillery shells containing white phosphorus.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres warns Israel to use "extreme caution" as further protests are held at the Gazan border. Israeli Defence Forces open fire again, killing at least seven Palestinians.
Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, the United Nations special envoy for Yemen, says he welcomes the tentative truce that started at midnight Yemen time. The truce opens unhindered access for relief aid to all of Yemen. Peace talks are set to start later this month.
The Philippines impounds a North Korean cargo ship in line with new UN sanctions on North Korea in response to Pyongyang's recent nuclear test and missile launch. Presidential spokesman, Manolo Quezon, said the 6,830-tonne cargo ship would not be allowed to leave the Port of Subic, Luzon, where it has been docked for three days, and that its crew would be deported.
Riyad Mansour, the Palestinian United Nations observer, announces that the United Nations Security Council is to vote tomorrow on a resolution critical of Israeli settlement building in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Israel tells the United Nations it will limit the use of fatal burning weapon white phosphorus in future conflicts after using it on civilians during its War on Gaza. [https:--www.bbc.co.uk-news-world-middle-east-10711086 (BBC)] [http:--www.france24.com-en-20100721-israel-restrict-use-white-phosphorus-munitions (France24)]date=August 2019