First report from BBC earlier today:

Israel is calling up more reservists to boost its military campaign in Lebanon, but sources say it is not about to launch a larger ground offensive. Cabinet ministers met a day after Israel suffered its biggest one-day loss of the 16-day conflict.

An Israeli minister said world powers had given Israel the green light to press on by not calling for a halt.

From The Guardian a couple of minutes ago:

The European Union rebuked the Israeli government today after its justice minister claimed "permission from the world" to press on with its Lebanon campaign.


[T]he Finnish foreign minister, Erkki Tuomioja, whose country holds the rotating EU presidency, called the interpretation "totally wrong" and said the fighting should stop immediately. "Most of the countries, including the European Union, [...] specifically want an immediate halt to the hostilities," he said.

The German foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, called Mr Ramon's words "a gross misinterpretation".