Israel and the Palestinian terror group Hamas have reportedly agreed to a two-day extension on a ceasefire that was set on Monday, suggesting that more hostages will be released from Gaza.
According to the Daily Mail, the terms of the initial ceasefire agreement said that it can be extended beyond the initial four days if 10 hostages are released from Gaza and 30 Palestinians released from jail in Israel per each day the truce is extended.
Qatar's Foreign Ministry said that the ceasefire had been extended for two more days, meaning 20 more hostages could be released after the final group of the initial agreement is released on Monday.
According to Reuters, Hamas has reportedly agreed with Qatar and Egypt to the extension.
"An agreement has been reached with the brothers in Qatar and Egypt to extend the temporary humanitarian truce by two more days, with the same conditions as in the previous truce," a Hamas official said in a phone call with the outlet.
This is a breaking story and will be updated.