Distribution of the of the defunct daily Palestine newspaper has been renewed after a seven year hiatus, Israel Radio quoted Hamas media sources as saying.
The paper will be available in the West Bank and east Jerusalem following the unity deal between Fatah and Hamas. The paper was suspended in areas controlled by the Palestinian Authority following the split between the two groups.
In exchange, three previously banned Palestinian newspapers - Al Quds, Al Ayyam and Al Hayat - were set for renewed distribution in Gaza.
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