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The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) confirmed the release of two Israeli women hostages, handed over to the Red Cross and en route to Israel.
The Palestinian Prisoners Society disclosed a list of Palestinians, including eight women and 22 children, slated for release from Israeli prisons.
Extended truce with Hamas
Israel's military extends the truce with Hamas, paving the way for additional hostage and prisoner releases and potential lasting peace.
Ahed Tamimi's release
Renowned Palestinian activist Ahed Tamimi was among those freed by Israel, her recent arrest sparking controversy and drawing attention to Palestinian prisoners.
Jerusalem bus stop attack
A tragic incident unfolds in Jerusalem as two brothers shoot at a bus stop, resulting in casualties. Hamas's armed wing claims responsibility.
Gaza travel warning
Israel's armed forces caution against travel to Gaza's north, citing safety concerns. Residents respond with mass movements south, raising safety and living condition worries.
Blinken urges consideration for civilians
Antony Blinken urges Israel to prioritize the safety and humanitarian needs of Palestinian civilians before resuming military operations in Gaza.
UN's aid warning
Despite a temporary ceasefire, the United Nations (UN) raises concerns over inadequate aid reaching Gaza, highlighting the continuing challenges.
Thai hostages return
Seventeen Thai hostages freed by Hamas return to Bangkok, with lingering concerns for those still in captivity.
Accusations against West
The father of a British peace activist killed by an IDF sniper accuses Western governments of passively endorsing the killing of civilians in Gaza by not challenging Israeli narratives.