A senior Hamas official said Tuesday that the group would consider talks on a cease-fire, if Israel first stopped its "mad attacks."
"The aggression must stop so we can talk about a comprehensive cease-fire," said Ahmed Youssef, an aide to Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh of Hamas. "The government is working on expanding the truce. This is a national interest."
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