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Israel and Hamas agree Gaza truce to end 11 days of conflict

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Israel and Hamas will cease fire across the Gaza Strip border as of Friday, the Palestinian Islamist faction and Egyptian state TV said, bringing a potentially tenuous halt to the fiercest fighting in years. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said his security cabinet had voted unanimously in favor of a “mutual and unconditional” Gaza truce proposed by Egypt, but added that the hour of implementation had yet to be agreed. Hamas and Egypt said the truce would begin at 2 a.m. (2100 GMT Thursday), ending 11 days of Israeli-Palestinian hostilities. Within minutes of the announcements, in the countdown to…

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