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Rival Palestinian groups appear to move toward unity after a 10-year split

L.A. Times Monday, 18 September 2017
The Palestinian Authority’s Fatah movement and its militant rival, Hamas, on Sunday appeared to move toward ending a 10-year split after Hamas vowed to accept conditions including a unity government and general elections in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

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News video: Hamas ‘ready’ to work with Palestinian authority in Gaza

Hamas ‘ready’ to work with Palestinian authority in Gaza 01:41

The Palestinian Islamist Hamas group said on Sunday it was taking key steps to end a decade-old feud with President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah movement. Hamas has dissolved its shadow government in the Gaza strip, the militant group said in a statement, adding it will allow a reconciliation government...

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