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Israel-Hamas war updates: Israel and Hamas accuse each other of truce breaches on fifth day of temporary cease-fire

This is CNBC's live blog tracking developments on the Israel-Hamas war. See below for the latest updates.

About 200 trucks loaded with humanitarian aid, cooking gas and fuel enter the Gaza Strip during the humanitarian pause between Israel and Hamas in Gaza City, Gaza on November 28, 2023. 
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Israel and Hamas accused each other of violating a truce deal that has brought a pause to fighting in the Gaza Strip. The cease-fire entered its fifth day Tuesday after a two-day extension was announced.

However, the Israel Defense Forces said that Hamas had detonated "explosive devices" near its troops, while the Palestinian militant group claimed that Israeli forces had exerted "field friction" in the northern Gaza Strip in violation of the deal.

The extended deal raises hopes that Palestinian militant group Hamas will release more than the 69 hostages it has so far returned out of the nearly 240 captives it has held in the Gaza Strip since their abduction during the terror attacks of Oct. 7.

Israel has previously said it would consider lengthening the humanitarian pause in fighting by one day for every 10 freed hostages, although it was unclear if these were the terms agreed in the latest extension.

Meanwhile, the first of three U.S. military flights with humanitarian aid for the Gaza Strip is due to land in Egypt.

A senior White House administration official told reporters that the plane will land in North Sinai, Egypt, to provide "a series of items, medical items, food aid, winter items — given that winter is coming in Gaza."

Images show daily life of displaced Palestinians taking shelter at a UNRWA school in Rafah

A view of an United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) school in Rafah, Gaza used as a sheltering place for displaced Palestinians on November 28, 2023. 
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A view of an United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) school in Rafah, Gaza used as a sheltering place for displaced Palestinians on November 28, 2023. 
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People cook at an United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) school in Rafah, Gaza used as a sheltering place for displaced Palestinians on November 28, 2023. 
Abed Rahim Khatib | Anadolu | Getty Images
A view of an United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) school in Rafah, Gaza used as a sheltering place for displaced Palestinians on November 28, 2023. 
Abed Rahim Khatib | Anadolu | Getty Images
A child is seen at an United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) school in Rafah, Gaza used as a sheltering place for displaced Palestinians on November 28, 2023. 
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Photos document destruction of buildings built for residents of Gaza

Citizens walk among the rubble in the residential area known as Juhor ad-Dik, built by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and heavily damaged due to Israeli attacks in the southeastern part of the enclave of Gaza Strip on November 28, 2023. 
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Citizens walk among the rubble in the residential area known as Juhor ad-Dik, built by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and heavily damaged due to Israeli attacks in the southeastern part of the enclave of Gaza Strip on November 28, 2023. 
Mustafa Hassona | Anadolu | Getty Images
A child walks among the rubble in the residential area known as Juhor ad-Dik, built by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and heavily damaged due to Israeli attacks in the southeastern part of the enclave of Gaza Strip on November 28, 2023. 
Mustafa Hassona | Anadolu | Getty Images
A view of the residential area known as Juhor ad-Dik, built by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA), which was heavily damaged due to Israeli attacks in the southeastern part of the enclave of Gaza Strip on November 28, 2023. 
Mustafa Hassona | Anadolu | Getty Images
A child is seen among the rubble in the residential area known as Juhor ad-Dik, built by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and heavily damaged due to Israeli attacks in the southeastern part of the enclave of Gaza Strip on November 28, 2023. 
Mustafa Hassona | Anadolu | Getty Images
A man is seen sitting among the rubble in the residential area known as Juhor ad-Dik, built by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and heavily damaged due to Israeli attacks in the southeastern part of the enclave of Gaza Strip on November 28, 2023. 
Mustafa Hassona | Anadolu | Getty Images

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Israel releases 30 more Palestinian prisoners in the West Bank

Israel released 30 more Palestinian hostages in Beitunia, Ramallah, West Bank to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on Nov. 28.

Palestinian hostages released from Israeli jails arrive in Beitunia, Ramallah, West Bank by a bus belonging to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on November 28, 2023. 
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Ahmad Salaima is welcomed by his family upon his arrival at his home in Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem on November 28, 2023, after 30 Palestinian detainees were released under an extended truce deal. 
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Freed Israeli hostage calls for release of remaining hostages

Yocheved Lifshitz, one of the freed Israeli hostages, took part in a protest calling for the immediate release of the rest of the hostages from Hamas. Lifshitz and her husband, Oded, were taken from Kibbutz Nir Oz on Oct. 7, but only she was released to the Red Cross within Gaza and returned to Israel on on Oct. 24.

Yocheved Lifshitz (C), one of the freed Israeli hostages, takes part in a protest calling for the immediate release for the rest of the hostages from Hamas.
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Israel says 12 more hostages have been freed by Hamas and have arrived in Egypt

Hamas and Islamic Jihad fighters stand guard as Red Cross vehicles transport released hostages towards the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, in the southern Gaza Strip on November 28, 2023. 
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The Israeli army said Tuesday that 10 Israelis and two foreigners held hostage in Gaza have been released, arriving in Egypt on the fifth day of a temporary cease-fire.

Hamas released nine women and a 17-year-old teenager late on Tuesday evening, the Israeli army said. The hostages will be flown to hospitals in Israel, where they will be reunited with their families.

Around 30 Palestinian prisoners are expected to be released as part of the deal negotiated by Qatar, Egypt, and the United States. The original four-day ceasefire, which expired Monday, was extended for an additional two days.

Hamas and Islamic Jihad fighters accompany a newly released hostage before the hand over to the Red Cross in Rafah, in the sout