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Hamas, Fatah officials to meet in Istanbul for Palestine talks


Top Fatah leaders arrive in Turkey, saying Abbas has given green light to talks; PA leader speaks with Erdogan, urging him to support Palestinian unity. A high-level delegation of Palestinian officials arrived in Turkey on Monday night to sign a cooperation agreement between the enclave’s two main factions, Fatah and Hamas, which have been at loggerheads for the last 13 years, Fatah said in a statement on its Twitter page. The statement said talks would focus on “ending the division and applying the directives of the conference of Palestinian faction heads,” referring to a recent joint meeting of senior Palestinian…

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