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Mossad, CIA chiefs meet Qatar PM in Doha on Hamas hostage deal

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The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Israeli Mossad chiefs met with the Qatari prime minister in Doha on Thursday to discuss the parameters of a deal for hostage releases and a pause in Hamas-Israel fighting in the Gaza Strip, a source briefed on the meeting told Reuters. The outcome of the talks was unclear but the White House later announced Israel had agreed to temporary pauses. FRANCE 24's International Affairs Editor Philip Turle tells us more.

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