Palestinian official says truce delayed over 'last minute' hostage list details
Implementation of truce in Gaza Strip between Israeli forces and Hamas is delayed due to last-minute details over release of Israeli hostages and Red Cross access. Lists of hostages to be freed have been exchanged. Mediator Qatar will announce timing of the humanitarian pause. Talks are progressing positively.
Israel-Hamas war live: no ceasefire or hostage release before Friday, Israeli and US officials say
Israeli national security adviser Tzachi Hanegbi says negotiations on hostage release ‘are progressing'; White House spokesperson Adrienne Watson hopeful that deal will go into effect on Friday morningFull report: Israel-Hamas ceasefire and hostage deal won’t happen before Friday, Israeli officials sayGaza hostage deal: what do we know?Qatar’s foreign ministry spokesperson Majid bin Mohammed Al Ansari says an announcement on the beginning of the…
Israeli officials say no Gaza pause, hostage releases before Friday
Israeli officials said no pause in fighting or release of hostages before Friday. Israeli officials say the war is aimed at stopping Hamas attacks and restoring peace to the region. Israel and Hamas agreed to a four-day truce, with Israel to release 150 Palestinian prisoners and allow humanitarian aid in exchange for Hamas freeing at least 50 hostages.
Temporary ceasefire in Gaza and hostage release now expected to start Friday
An agreement for a four-day ceasefire in Gaza and the release of dozens of hostages held by militants and Palestinians imprisoned by Israel appeared to have hit a last-minute snag. A senior Israeli official said it would not take effect until Friday, a day later than originally announced.
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