Israel is withdrawing from talks in Cairo on extending ceasefire with Hamas after a three-day truce collapsed as violence resumed on Friday morning, an official said. “Israel will not negotiate under fire,” the official said on condition of anonymity. The official noted that Israel had spoken to Egypt about extending the three-day ceasefire for another three days before, “Hamas breached the ceasefire”. The three-day ceasefire collapsed on Friday after Gaza militants renewed rocket fire on Israel. The Israeli military reported that at least 10 rockets were fired at Israel after the 72-hour truce ceased at 8 a.m. (0500 GMT). “The ceasefire is over…They did that,” said government spokesman Marl Regev blaming Gaza fighters for breaking the ceasefire. Palestinian officials reported that Israel launched at least 10 airstrikes killing a 10-year-old boy after Gaza fighters renewed fire. The Israeli military said it responded to Gaza rocket fire with strikes “across Gaza.” Hamas demands Gaza borders be opened Both Israel and Hamas are under international pressure to come to an agreement. Israel wants to see Hamas disarmed and prevented from re-arming, and Hamas wants a guarantee that Gaza’s borders to be opened….