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Freed Israeli hostages reunited with family at hospital – video

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At least 67 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli strikes in Rafah as the Israeli military said it had freed two hostages during a raid in the city by special forces. The raid was celebrated in Israel, which has been seeking the release of more than 100 captives held by Hamas and other militant groups. There were heavy airstrikes during the raid on Rafah, the city on the southern edge of the Gaza Strip where 1.4 million displaced Palestinians are sheltering. Women and children were among those killed, according to Dr Marwan al-Hams, the director of the Abu Youssef al-Najjar hospital, and dozens were wounded. The two freed hostages were taken to Sheba hospital in central Israel and were confirmed by the hospital’s doctors to be in “good condition”. The hostages were named by Israel Defense Forces as Fernando Simon Marman, 60, and Louis Har, 70, who were kidnapped from the Nir Yitzhak kibbutz in the 7 October Hamas attacks

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