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Israel’s war on Gaza: Ceasefire to continue amid uncertainties on new list of hostages

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Israel's military has declared the continuation of the ceasefire with Hamas, citing ongoing efforts by mediators to secure the release of more hostages. However, uncertainties loom large as the two sides struggle to agree on a new list of Israelis to be released from Gaza.

Hamas announced a consensus to extend the truce for a seventh day, but the situation remains precarious. Reports suggest that Hamas presented a list of 10 Israeli names, a move unprecedentedly rejected by Israeli authorities, sparking questions about the names on the list and the reasons for their refusal.

As speculations abound, the spotlight now shifts to the arrival of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Israel. Israeli diplomacy avoids major developments during visits by senior American officials, leaving the outcome uncertain.

Meanwhile, progressive members of the US Congress, led by Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, gathered outside the White House alongside activists and notable figures like Cynthia Nixon and Denee Benton.

They called for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza, reading the names of over 15,000 Palestinians killed in the conflict. Tlaib emphasized the urgency of ending the war and ensuring a lasting pause in hostilities.

Across the globe, demonstrators in the central Philippine city of Cebu rallied for a permanent ceasefire in Gaza during a march commemorating the birth anniversary of Filipino revolutionary Andres Bonifacio. Members of The Network Opposed to War denounced what they referred to as the "genocide" of Palestinians, demanding justice and higher wages for Filipino workers.

As the world watches, the fate of the ceasefire extension hangs in the balance, with negotiations and international pressure playing crucial roles in determining the next steps in this complex and sensitive diplomatic dance.

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