Israel-Hamas Conflict: Updates on Gaza Truce, Hostages, and Prisoner Releases

Young boys look at humanitarian aid trucks entering Gaza on November 26.
Young boys look at humanitarian aid trucks entering Gaza on November 26. Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images

Egyptian government confirms that over 120 trucks carrying aid have entered Gaza on Sunday.

The United Nations, in partnership with the Palestinian Red Crescent Society, has coordinated the entry of trucks carrying fuel and cooking gas to northern Gaza, according to Diaa Rashwan, chair of Egypt’s government press office.

Rashwan anticipates that the number of aid trucks entering Gaza will continue to rise in the coming hours.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society reports that a convoy of 100 trucks delivered essential supplies, including food, water, relief items, first aid supplies, and medicine to Gaza City and northern areas of the strip.

A freelance journalist working alongside CNN in Rafah, Egypt, observed the ongoing entry of aid trucks at the Rafah border crossing from the Egyptian side on Sunday.

As of Sunday afternoon local time, dozens of trucks were still being processed through the Israeli checkpoint or were unloading on the Gaza side of the border, as confirmed by an Egyptian border official to CNN.

The official further stated that approximately 129,000 liters of diesel and 80,000 liters of gas crossed the Rafah border from the Egyptian side.

Background: While the exchange of Hamas hostages for Palestinian prisoners and detainees was completed on Sunday, the previous day’s exchange was delayed due to a dispute over aid for Gaza, which was eventually resolved through mediation by Qatari officials.


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