A group of families of Israeli hostages still being held in Gaza have stormed a meeting at the Knesset, Israel’s parliament.
They broke through security and interrupted a finance meeting – protesting that it was deliberating while their loved ones remain in captivity.
One held up a sign reading: “You will not sit here, while our children are dying there.”
Israel says more than 130 people remain unaccounted for after they were abducted during the 7 October attacks by Hamas.
More than 100 captives were released during a six-day ceasefire at the end of November.