Hamas, Fatah vow to continue reconciliation talks

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September 25, 2010 13:59

 
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Hamas and Fatah vowed on Saturday to continue reconciliation talks despite the deep political divide that exists between them.

In a joint statement released, the two factions described a meeting held on Friday between the two groups as “positive” and said they would continue to hold reconciliation talks.

Fatah’s Azzam al—Ahmad on Friday met Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal at the Meshaal's office in Damascus, where he lives in exile.

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