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Israel-Hamas war: 100 days after the capture, what hopes for the release of the last hostages?

Next Sunday marks 100 days since Israeli hostages held in the Gaza Strip, who were unfortunate enough to be released at the end of November, endured deprivation, abuse and the suffering of being away from their loved ones. Israeli authorities put their number at 132, although the fate of some remains unclear. Since October 7, not everyone has proven their lives. “If 60 to 80 hostages are still alive, that’s a big chance,” sighs Guillaume Ancel, a former French officer and author of the blog Ne pas être.

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In the Palestinian enclave, the intensity of hostilities has not decreased. The Israeli army is now concentrated in the central and southern part of the territory, where tens of thousands of civilians are crowded into giant refugee camps, as well as in the urban area of ​​Khan Younes.

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Source: Le Parisien

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