Thailand says 20 of its nationals still held by Hamas after 10 freed

Thailand says 20 of its nationals still held by Hamas after 10 freed
Thailand says 20 of its nationals still held by Hamas after 10 freed

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Hostages released as part of a deal between Israel and Palestinian Islamist group Hamas arrive by helicopter at Schneider Children's Medical Center in Petah Tikva, Israel November 24, 2023. ― Reuters pic

BANGKOK, Nov 25 ― Twenty Thai nationals were still being held by Hamas after the Palestinian militant group freed 10, Thailand's foreign ministry said today.

The Thai hostages freed from Gaza in yesterday's exchange of hostages held by Hamas and Palestinians from Israeli jails would return home after 48 hours in hospital, the ministry said in a statement.

The released Thai hostages included one woman, according to photos released by the ministry, which showed them dressed in green jackets and with doctors at a medical centre in Israel.

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Earlier reports said around 12 Thais had been released. A source briefed on the negotiations said their release was unrelated to a truce deal with Israel, the first in the seven-week-old war, and followed a separate track of talks with Hamas mediated by Egypt and Qatar.

The ministry thanked the governments of Qatar, Israel, Egypt, Iran and Malaysia, and the International Committee of the Red Cross, “as well as others involved in the immense efforts that led to this recent release”. ― Reuters

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