'Palestinian unity talks are rescheduled for next week'

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October 24, 2010 11:15

 
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Hamas announced that a reconciliation meeting with Fatah originally scheduled for last Wednesday was rescheduled for next week, Ma'an News reported on Sunday.

The location of the meeting was not yet agreed upon, according to the report. Fatah canceled the previous meeting scheduled to take place in Damascus, saying that Syria humiliated them at a recent Arab League summit, according to the Ma'an report.

A senior Fatah official on Saturday denied that the recently canceled meeting with Hamas in Gaza was a sign of the unity talks collapsing, Ma'an reported.

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