Newly released hostages from the Gaza Strip, are seen in convoy in Ofakim, Israel.
Sharon Hertzman, right, hugging a relative as they reunite at Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, Israel. Hertzman and her daughter Noam, 12 years old, not pictured, were released by Hamas after being held as hostages in Gaza for 50 days.
A group of Israelis watch as a helicopter carrying hostages released from the Gaza Strip lands at the helipad of the Schneider Children's Medical Center in Petah Tikva, Israel, on November 26. The cease-fire between Israel and Hamas was back on track as the militants freed 17 more hostages, including 14 Israelis and the first American, in exchange for 39 Palestinian prisoners in a third set of releases under a four-day truce.
Adi Shoham, 38, her children Yahel Shoham, 3, and Nave Shoham, 8, and Shoshan Haran, released Israeli hostages, walk following their arrival in Israel on November 25 after being held hostage by the Palestinian militant group Hamas in the Gaza Strip, at an unknown location in Israel.
Hostage Roni Krivoi, 25, who was abducted by Hamas gunmen during the October 7 attack on Israel, is handed over by Hamas militants to members of the International Committee of the Red Cross.