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Thai nationals among hostages released by Hamas

The Israeli military said a group of 10 Israeli women and children and four Thai nationals had been returned to Israel.
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THAILAND'S FOREIGN MINISTRY VIA AP

In this photo provided by Thailand's Foreign Ministry, Thai hostages, who were previously released, hug their newly-freed compatriots at the Shamir Medical Center in Israel, Tuesday, Nov. 28. Hamas freed several Thai nationals seized in the group's surprise attack on southern Israel last month, releasing them alongside Israeli hostages under a cease-fire deal.
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Thai nationals walk to a bus as they leave the Shamir Hospital in Ramle, Israel, Wednesday, Nov. 29, on their way back to Thailand, after being released from Hamas custody.
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Thai nationals walk to a bus as they leave the Shamir Hospital in Ramle, Israel, Wednesday, Nov. 29, on their way back to Thailand, after being released from Hamas custody. International mediators on Wednesday worked to extend the truce in Gaza, encouraging Hamas militants to keep freeing hostages in exchange for the release of Palestinian prisoners and further relief from Israel's air and ground offensive.
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Thai nationals gesture from a bus as they leave the Shamir Hospital in Ramle, Israel, Wednesday, Nov. 29, on their way back to Thailand, after being released from Hamas custody.
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A Red Cross convoy carrying Israeli hostages heads to Egypt from the Gaza Strip in Rafah during a temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas on Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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GPO VIA AP

This photo released by the GPO, Ron Krivoi meets his parents at the Sheba Medical Center this past Sunday, Nov. 26, after being released from Hamas captivity.
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A man wearing a clown costume holds pictures of Kfrir and Ariel Bibas, children hostages held by Hamas in the Hostages Square at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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Images of human eyes are placed on empty chairs tied together in an art installation depicting hostages held by Hamas in the Hostages Square at the Museum of Art in Tel Aviv, Israel, Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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Helena Brodski cries during a memorial service for her son Sergeant Kiril Brodski in the Kiryat Shaul military cemetery in Tel Aviv, Wednesday, Nov. 29. Brodski and two other soldiers, believed to have been among those killed in the initial Oct. 7 Hamas attack, were declared dead by the military Tuesday, with their remains still in Gaza.
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Israeli soldiers carry a flagged coffin during a memorial service for Sergeant Kiril Brodski in the Kiryat Shaul military cemetery in Tel Aviv, Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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Faith leaders from the Druze, center, Muslim, right, Jewish and Christian communities wear body armor and helmets ahead of an interfaith prayer at Kibbutz Kfar Azza near the Israel-Gaza border, the site of an Oct. 7 cross-border attack by Hamas that killed some 1,200 people and took more than 200 hostages, Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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Faith leaders from the Druze, Muslim, Jewish and Christian communities hold an interfaith prayer at Kibbutz Kfar Azza near the Israel-Gaza border, the site of an Oct. 7 cross-border attack by Hamas that killed some 1,200 people, Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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A Palestinian man sits in an armchair outside a destroyed building in Gaza City on Wednesday, Nov. 29, the sixth day of the temporary ceasefire between Hamas and Israel. International mediators on Wednesday worked to extend the truce in Gaza, encouraging Hamas militants to keep freeing hostages in exchange for the release of Palestinian prisoners and further relief from Israel's air and ground offensive.
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Palestinians flee an Israeli military raid on Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank on Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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Palestinian rides a scooter through a street destroyed during an Israeli military raid on Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank on Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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Palestinians look at the aftermath of an Israeli military raid on Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank on Wednesday, Nov. 29.
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Palestinians cook bread by their destroyed homes in Kuza' a Gaza Strip during the temporary ceasefire between Hamas and Israel on Wednesday, Nov. 29.

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