Israel - Hamas War : Netanyahu gets list of hostages to be freed today

As the cease-fire agreement between israel and Hamas was prolonged for another two days, israel Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's administration got a list of hostages slated to be freed on Tuesday, according to The Times of Israel. Qatar, which negotiated the ceasefire agreement between israel and Hamas, announced the extension of the four-day truce, which was set to expire on monday night. Following the truce extension, Hamas members are compiling a fresh list of captives held in Gaza.
During a conference in spain on monday (local time), Arab states and the european union agreed on the necessity for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine issue. The two-state solution asks for the establishment of an independent Palestinian country alongside Israel. At the Union for the Mediterranean conference in Barcelona, spain, EU foreign affairs leader Josep Borrell emphasised that the Palestinian Authority should control Gaza, claiming that it was the only "viable solution," according to news agency Reuters.
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will return to the Middle east and europe from monday to Saturday, according to the State Department. He will travel to Belgium, North Macedonia, israel, the West Bank, and the United Arab Emirates.

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