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


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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