The last day of the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, what is expected to happen
The ceasefire between Israel and Hamas enters its last day today.
Israel says it hopes the truce can be extended again, but Hamas has also shown readiness for an extension.
Intelligence chiefs from Israel, the US and Egypt have held talks in Qatar to discuss a possible new deal.
The new deal could include the release of people or military personnel abducted during the attack by Hamas more than 50 days ago, with around 160 people remaining in captivity.
In Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said it had received a list of the names of those to be released today. For every Israeli citizen returned, three Palestinians will be released from Israeli prisons.
In Gaza, more humanitarian supplies are coming in, but aid agencies say it's still not enough. And in the occupied West Bank, there are reports of clashes as the Israeli army carries out an operation in Jenin.
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