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Dramatic video shows moment Israeli hostages are rescued as Palestinians reel after deadly raid

TEL AVIV, Israel —Dramatic new video shows the moment Israeli hostages were rescued from an apartment in central Gaza, a high-risk raid that left a trail of devastation in its wake and raised new doubts about the United States’ push for a cease-fire.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken touted positive signs after the United Nations Security Council backed a proposal outlined by President Joe Biden for a truce between Israel and Hamas that would secure the release of hostages still held in the enclave.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had "reaffirmed his support for this proposal," Blinken said Tuesday morning after meeting with top Israeli officials. He also welcomed Hamas expressing support for the U.N. resolution as a "hopeful sign."

As new details emerged from the weekend operation, the U.N. human rights office said that both Israeli forces and Palestinian militants may have committed war crimes in connection with the raid.

Officers can be seen racing toward an apartment building in the Nuseirat refugee camp as blasts ring out in the footage, which was captured on their helmet cameras and released by the Israel Police on Monday.

After forcing the apartment's door open, they scan an empty room with flashlights before pushing forward into what appears to be a bedroom, where they find at least two of the hostages rescued on Saturday, with Almog Meir Jan, 21, and Andrey Kozlov, 27, visible in the video.

The officers appear to ask the hostages for their names, before Kozlov can be heard shouting back, "Andrey!" as both men raise their hands up.Huddling together as fighting appears to break out around them, both Jan and Kozlov appear visibly shaken before the video cuts to their escape from the building in broad

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