At the same time the four-day ceasefire ended, Qatar’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a two-day extension of the ceasefire in the country. On Tuesday, the foreign media reported that Hamas had reached an agreement with the collaboration of Qatar and Egypt to extend the ceasefire for an additional two days, under the same conditions […]
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The terms of the truce agreement pausing the fighting in the Gaza Strip say it can be extended beyond its initial four-day term as long as 10 hostages are released for each extra day.
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Donald Trump on Saturday said on Truth Social that he is troubled by the fact that there have been no U.S. citizens among the 41 Hamas-held hostages released so far.
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