Israel, Hamas yet to reach agreement on next group of Israeli hostages set for release

Israel and Palestinian terror group Hamas have yet to reach an agreement via mediators on the next group of Israeli hostages set for potential release Thursday, which would secure truce agreement for a seventh day.

The truce is set to expire at this morning.

The war cabinet is meeting into the night to reach agreement on Israel’s next move.

Channel 12 reports that mediators have submitted a list of hostages that is not acceptable to Israel.

According to the report, Israel made it clear the list must be amended for the extension to go ahead.

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