The U.S. deputy national security adviser, Israel’s ambassador to Washington and the Qatari prime minister all independently stated that agreement was close

Protesters wave Israeli flags and hold photos of people held hostage by Hamas in Gaza, during a demonstration in London on Sunday. (Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images) Michael Herzog, Israel’s ambassador to Washington, said Sunday that he was “hopeful” that a deal will be completed “in the coming days” to free at least some of the hostages being held by Hamas in Gaza.

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