Israel resumes combat as truce expires, accuses Hamas of violation
The seven-day pause, which began on Nov. 24 and was extended twice, had allowed for the exchange of dozens of hostages held in Gaza for hundreds of Palestinian prisoners and facilitated the entry of humanitarian aid into the shattered coastal strip.
End of the truce: fighting between Israel and Hamas resumes and dozens are already dead in Gaza - La Opinión
After seven days of ceasefire and exchange of prisoners and hostages, more than 100 people have died in a new wave of bombardment by Israeli forces
Fighting resumes in Israel-Hamas war as truce expires
Seven-day pause had allowed for the exchange of dozens of hostages held in Gaza for hundreds of Palestinian prisonersFollow our live coverageThe Israeli military has resumed its offensive against Hamas in Gaza, claiming Hamas had violated the truce.“Hamas violated the operational pause, and in addition, fired toward Israeli territory,” the Israeli military said in a post on X early Friday. Continue reading...
Israel-Hamas truce LIVE updates | Eight Israeli hostages released during extended truce
Israel-Hamas war live news: Hamas said it had sought a new truce deal with Israel under which the Palestinian militant group would free hostages beyond the women and children it has already released from the Gaza Strip. Follow The Hindu for live updates.
Israeli military confirms release of 8 more Israeli hostages from captivity in Gaza Strip
Hamas freed eight Israeli hostages Thursday in exchange for Israel's release of more Palestinian prisoners under a last-minute deal to extend their ceasefire in Gaza by another day.
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