Quick Glance: Israel Gaza: Release of 33 Palestinians
- Release of 33 individuals, totaling 150 Palestinians since Friday.
- Hamas releases 51 Israeli hostages, including three-year-old twin sisters.
- Little information released about the latest group of freed Palestinians.
- A bus carrying the newly released Palestinian prisoners has arrived in Ramallah.
After a delay, 17 more hostages were released during the night. Hamas accused Israel of violating the hostage ...
Quick Glance: Hamas and Israel Release Prisoners
- Hamas frees 17 hostages, including a 4-year-old American girl, from Gaza.
- Israel releases 39 Palestinian prisoners.
- The Red Cross successfully transfers 17 hostages from Gaza.
- Hamas wants to extend the truce if serious efforts are made to increase the number of Palestinian detainees released by Israel.
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Quick Glance: Key Trends 2024
- More than 70 elections worldwide will shed light on the global state of democracy, with a record number of voters.
- Perhaps ideological differences will be set aside as the world enjoys the Paris Olympics, astronauts, maybe looping around the Moon, and the men’s T20 cricket World Cup.
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Quick Glance: U.S. Brokering Israel-Hamas Deal for Conflict Halt and Hostage Release
- U.S. brokering deal between Israel and Hamas to release women and children in Gaza in exchange for ceasefire.
- Upcoming release could lead to first sustained conflict pause in Gaza.
- Detailed agreement requires combat cessation for at least five days and gradual hostage release.
- Unclear number of captives in Gaza to be released under the agreement.
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