RAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Hamas on Friday released 24 hostages who had been held captive ... in one day since fighting there began Oct. 8. Hezbollah is not a party to the cease-fire agreement ...
US President Joe Biden said Saturday that a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war was possible as soon as “tomorrow” if the ...
Hamas released new undated video footage on Saturday of two men— including an American citizen — held hostage in Gaza. The video shows the two men alive and was released on the Palestinian ...
JERUSALEM – The terrorist mastermind behind Hamas' massacre of nearly 1,200 people, including over 30 Americans, is believed to be using hostages as human shields to hold off Israeli soldiers ...
But such reports overshadow an ominous development in the Jewish state's fight against terror: Hamas officials don't know how many of the hostages they seized during the barbaric Oct. 7 attack ...
The disclosure came as part of Hamas’ counteroffer to Israel’s latest proposal, which envisions a first-phase, six-week cease-fire in exchange for the return of some of the hostages taken ...
Israel conducted a special forces operation in Rafah early Monday, freeing two Israeli hostages amid ongoing airstrikes. According to an AFP report, the Hamas-ruled territory's health ministry ...
Campaign group the Hostages and Missing Families Forum identified the two as Keith Siegel and Omri Miran who were abducted by militants during the Hamas attack on southern Israel on October 7.
The war began with the deadly Oct. 7 attack on southern Israel in which Hamas-led militants killed about 1,200 people, mostly civilians. Militants dragged some 250 hostages into the enclave.
US President Joe Biden said Saturday that a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war was possible as soon as "tomorrow" if the ...
US President Joe Biden said Saturday that a ceasefire in the ongoing war in Gaza would be possible as soon as “tomorrow” if Hamas released 128 hostages held since ...
US President Joe Biden said Saturday that a ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas war was possible as soon as "tomorrow" if the militant group released its hostages. "There would be a ceasefire tomorrow ...