BREAKING: Hostages released by Hamas after deal struck with Israel

Footage of hostages, who were held captive by Hamas, being freed was shared Friday.

A group of 24 out of the 240 hostages who had been captured by Hamas during their October 7 attack were released in a deal struck with Israel in which they will cease fire for at least 4 days

The Red Cross coordinated the transfer and said it was "relieved to confirm the safe release of 24 hostages."

In the video footage, hostages can be seen exiting a building and entering a bus.

They were promptly taken to Egypt for medical treatment.

13 of the hostages were reportedly Israeli, and 10 were Thai or Filipino. 50 are supposed to be released in total. Israel will also release 150 Palestinians who have been jailed for various offenses in the state.

The deal was brokered by the United States, Qatar and Egypt.

Names and ages of the 13 Israeli hostages have been released:

Channa Katzir, 77.

Margalit Mozes, 77.

Yafa Ader, 85.

Hannah Perry, 79.

Adina Moshe, 72.

Danielle Aloni, 44; and Emilia Aloni, 9.

Ruthi Monder, 78;  Keren Monder, 54; and Ohad Monder, 9.

Aviv Asher, 2; Raz Asher, 5; and Doron Katz-Asher, 34.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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