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Gaza war: what do we know about the hostage-prisoner exchanges and are they likely to resume?

By Leonie Fleischmann, Senior Lecturer in International Politics, City, University of London
During the seven-day truce agreed between Israel and Hamas, seven exchanges were made of hostages held by Hamas for Palestinian prisoners held by Israel. But on November 30, the two sides failed to reach an agreement on the eighth exchange and there has since been a resumption of the fighting in the Gaza Strip.

While this “humanitarian pause” continued, 107…The Conversation

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