However, earlier in the evening, at least two Israelis were injured as a result of rockets that landed in Sderot.
Palestinian reports said the two were killed when IDF artillery struck a graduation ceremony of al-Qassam members at a Hamas base Askelan, northern Gaza, where senior Hamas figures were in attendance.
Jamie McGoldrick, the United Nations' humanitarian coordinator for the Palestinian territories, in a news release called Israel's restriction of fuel imports "a risky practice, with grave consequences on the rights of people in Gaza".
At least three Palestinian were killed and eight others were wounded on Wednesday in Israeli air strikes on Gaza, which Israel said were in retaliation for rocket fires and an alleged attack from the Palestinian side that targeted its heavy equipment on the Gaza-Israeli border.More news: Kanye's 'Carpool Karaoke' cancelations have cost James Corden $45K
The source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that as part of the deal, which was brokered by Egypt and the United Nations with input from Turkey and Qatar, Hamas and Israel would initially observe a two-week trial cease-fire.
'As of now, 36 rocket launches were identified from Gaza towards Israel, ' the army wrote on Twitter.
On Tuesday, Israel struck a Hamas military post in Gaza, saying it was in response to militant fire at Israeli troops.
The Anadolu report did not specify at which stage of the truce the release would be carried out, nor whether or not it would involve releasing Hamas terrorists who are behind bars in Israel.More news: Premier League 2018-19: Who is best equipped to challenge Manchester City?
The last four months have seen an upsurge in violence along the Gaza-Israel border. The Iron Dome aerial defense system intercepted 11 launches, the majority of the rockets hit open areas. Israel temporarily suspended fuel shipments to Gaza in July for similar reasons.
A Palestinian was killed in northern Gaza, while at least six were wounded in raids aimed targeting sites across the strip, the Gazan health ministry said. Twenty-four of the slain protesters were minors, the ministry has said.
"The Hamas terrorist organization is responsible for everything in and out of the Gaza Strip and will bear the consequences for the acts of terror perpetrated against Israeli civilians", the IDF said.
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The plan includes "the establishment of an airport, a port and a railway to link the Gaza Strip with the West Bank", the media said. One Israeli soldier was killed by a Gaza sniper during this period.