US ‘Hopeful’ Hamas will Accept Israel’s New Ceasefire Offer

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said he is “hopeful” Hamas will accept Israel’s latest proposal for a Gaza truce and hostage release deal.
He called the offer “extraordinarily generous”, as a Hamas delegation discussed it with mediators in Cairo.
After weeks of impasse, a senior Hamas official was quoted as saying it had “no major issues” with the proposal.
It reportedly involves new wording on restoring calm meant to satisfy Hamas’s demand for a permanent ceasefire.
The Israeli government is coming under growing pressure from its global allies and the families of the hostages to agree a deal

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