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More hostages swapped for prisoners as Israel-Hamas war set to restart

The fragile cease-fire between Israel and Hamas is due to end after one more exchange Wednesday night.
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People holding an Israeli flag watch the arrival of a helicopter transporting Israeli hostages released by Hamas at Ichilov hospital in Tel Aviv Tuesday Nov. 28. Hamas and Israel released more hostages and prisoners under terms of a fragile cease-fire that held for a fifth day Tuesday.
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An elderly person is helped in a mini-bus transporting Israeli hostages released by Hamas, at Ichilov hospital in Tel Aviv Tuesday Nov. 28.
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This handout photo provided by GPO shows Gabriela and Mia Leimberg, rear, talking with family from a meeting point in Israeli territory after being released by Hamas, Tuesday, Nov. 28.
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Released Palestinian prisoner Muhammad Abu Al-Humus, 17, hugs his mother after arriving home in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Issawiya, Tuesday Nov. 28.
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Ahmed Salaima, 14, center, a Palestinian prisoner released by Israel, is hugged by his father as he arrives home in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Ras al-Amud Tuesday, Nov. 28.
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Released Palestinian prisoners arrive in the West Bank town of Ramallah Tuesday Nov. 28.
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Palestinian prisoner Fairuze Salameh is greeted after she was released, in the West Bank town of Ramallah, early Wednesday Nov. 29.
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People pass by a wall with photos of about 240 hostages who were abducted during the Oct. 7, Hamas attack on Israel. in Jerusalem on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
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Israeli soldiers look at photos of people killed and taken captive by Hamas militants during their violent rampage through the Nova music festival in southern Israel, which are displayed at the site of the event, as Israeli DJs spun music, to commemorate the Oct. 7 massacre, near Kibbutz Re'im, Tuesday, Nov. 28.
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Israeli soldiers work on a tank near the border with the Gaza Strip, southern Israel, Tuesday, Nov. 28, on the fifth day of a temporary cease-fire between Israel and Hamas.
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Palestinian children sell sweets in front of the rubble of a destroyed building in Jebaliya refugee camp, Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Nov. 28, on the fifth day of the temporary ceasefire between Hamas and Israel.
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A Palestinian man collects his belongings southeast of the Gaza City on Tuesday, Nov. 28, on the fifth day of the temporary ceasefire between Hamas and Israel.
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A Palestinian man collects his belongings southeast of the Gaza City on Tuesday, Nov. 28, on the fifth day of the temporary ceasefire between Hamas and Israel.
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Palestinians inspect a house destroyed by Israeli forces during a military raid in the West Bank town of Tubas, Tuesday, Nov. 28.
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Palestinians inspect a house destroyed by Israeli forces during a military raid in the West Bank town of Tubas, Tuesday, Nov. 28.

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