Hamas in Gaza 'strikes deal to reduce violence'

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Aug 31, 2020

August 31, 2020


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Hamas in Gaza has announced it has reached a deal to end the latest escalation in violence with Israel, AFP has reported.

"An understanding was reached to rein in the latest escalation and end aggression against our people," said the office of the Palestinian territory's Gaza leader, Yahya Sinwar.In recent days, Israel has been attacking Gaza, after airborne incendiary devices were launched across the border.

A Hamas source said there had been "a total halt" to balloon and other attacks against Israel, in agreement with other factions in the coastal strip, home to about two million people.

"Fuel supplies will return and the power station will be restarted from Tuesday," the source said.

An Egyptian delegation had been moving between the two sides to try to broker a renewal of an informal truce under which Israel committed to ease its 13-year blockade of Gaza in return for calm on the border.

It was joined by Mohammed Al Emadi, the Qatari envoy to Gaza, who also held talks with Israeli officials in Tel Aviv.

Updated: August 31, 2020 11:51 PM

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