Palestinian PM offers to quit, easing way for unity gov't

By REUTERS
April 25, 2014 20:06

 
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Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah offered his resignation on Friday, the Palestinian news agency WAFA said, a move which may pave the way for a unity government agreed between President Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas.



Israel on Thursday suspended peace talks with the Palestinians, saying it could not negotiate with an administration that embraces a terrorist group sworn to Israel's destruction.

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