Truce Between Israel and Hamas Extended Amid Hostage Release Efforts

Truce Between Israel and Hamas Extended Amid Hostage Release Efforts

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A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has been extended, moments before its expiration, as both sides agree to continue negotiations for the release of hostages. The details of the official agreement remain unclear, but Israel’s military announces an “operational pause” extension, and Hamas confirms an agreement to extend the truce for a seventh day. Mediators, including Qatar, play a key role, and there’s pressure to allow more hostage releases and aid into Gaza. The truce, which began on November 24, has temporarily halted the conflict, allowing for the release of hostages and humanitarian efforts. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is involved in talks to facilitate the process. The situation remains complex, with uncertainties about the duration and terms of the truce.

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