From yahoo news:
Israel and the Palestinians are heading to security talks today to gauge early measures on implementing a U.S.-brokered ceasefire, despite violence in which three people were killed since the truce was forged.
Major-General Giora Eiland, head of the Israeli army's strategic planning division, said the meeting would include U.S. officials and would assess steps taken to reduce bloodshed.
"I hope the situation on the ground will be better than today so there will be some basis for further progress," Eiland told reporters. Three people had been killed since the ceasefire took effect at noon GMT on Wednesday.
Palestinian cabinet minister Yasser Abed Rabbo described the first 24 hours of the ceasefire, which was mapped out by U.S. CIA Director George Tenet, as a "total failure" in its goal of ending more than eight months of conflict.