Israel, Palestinians accept new Gaza truce | USA NOW
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Israel and the Palestinians agreed on Sunday to an Egyptian proposal for a new 72-hour ceasefire in Gaza, officials from the warring sides said.
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00:02 Israel and the Palestinians agreed Sunday to a new cease
00:05 fire in Gaza. The Egyptian proposal accepted by both sides start
00:09 a 72 hour choose and we resumed negotiations on the long
00:13 term agreement. The announcement comes after hours of talks in Cairo
00:17 with the Palestinian factions. Egyptian state TV has reported it's been
00:21 a struggle to keep in direct peace talks alive between Israelis
00:25 and Palestinians. The two sides accepted a similar three day cease
00:29 fire last week but fighting resumes shortly after it ended Friday.
00:34 Israel had left Cairo on that day and prime minister Benjamin
00:37 Netanyahu says his country will not negotiate under fire on Sunday
00:42 -- Hamas officials said they had accepted a new DL. And
00:45 that's Cairo talks would continue. If the new cease fire hodes
00:49 Israel would return to the negotiation table on Monday. The Gaza
00:53 conflict has left one in 19100 Palestinians and 67 Israelis --
00:58 Nearly 101000 people had been injured.