Hamas Delays Hostage Release | Egypt Eyes Extended Ceasefire | Iran Wants “Criminal” Israel’s Trial

The second group of hostages to be released by Hamas on November 25 was delayed in part over a dispute regarding the amount of aid entering Gaza. Hamas said it would wait for more trucks of aid to enter the enclave before facilitating the transfer, according to sources. An Israeli official confirmed to AFP the hostages had not yet been handed over to the Red Cross in the Gaza Strip. At least 221 Palestinians, including 56 children, have been killed by Israeli forces and settlers in West Bank since October 7, Al Jazeera reported. Egypt said it had received “positive signals from all parties” that the temporary ceasefire could be extended. ran’s human rights chief said “criminal” Israeli authorities must be brought to trial for their atrocities against the Palestinians. Watch this video to know what’s latest in the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.
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