Mossad chief expected to attend Gaza ceasefire talks on Sunday

Ceasefire talks between Israel and Hamas are expected to resume on Sunday in Qatar.

The Reuters news agency says the head of Mossad, along with Qatar's prime minister and Egyptian officials, are expected to participate in the talks.

A reported ceasefire proposal by Hamas includes its release of women and elderly hostages in exchange for 700 to 1,000 Palestinian prisoners.

It is also reported that after the two sides agree on a date for the ceasefire, Hamas will release more hostages.

The United Nations Children's Fund, or UNICEF, is warning that many children in the Gaza Strip are suffering from malnutrition.
In a bid to address the worsening food shortage, a ship carrying food and other humanitarian supplies coordinated by the European Union and others arrived off the coast of Gaza on Friday.

But the UN agency is calling for openings of multiple land border crossings to allow aid to be delivered reliably at scale.