By Tara Subramaniam, Antoinette Radford, Christian Edwards, Ed Upright, Aditi Sangal and Elise Hammond, CNN
- An agreement has been reached to extend the Israel-Hamas truce in Gaza by two additional days, Qatar announced.
- Families of hostages expected to be released by Hamas on Monday have been notified, the Israeli prime minister’s office said. Under the deal, Hamas needs to release 10 more hostages for each additional day’s pause in the fighting.
- Over the first three days of the truce, Hamas released a total of 58 hostages, primarily women and children, and Israel freed 117 Palestinian prisoners. Hamas, Israel and the US had been working through ongoing issues with Monday’s list of hostages, sources said, including ensuring children on the list are not released without their mothers or grandmothers who might also be in captivity.
- Here’s how to help humanitarian efforts in Israel and Gaza.