Hamas, Fatah meeting to resolve violence in Gaza

June 11, 2007 00:45

Fatah and Hamas representatives were meeting on Sunday night in hopes of resolving the latest round of violence between the factions in Gaza. According to Israel Radio, no agreement has been reached as yet. Meanwhile, Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh of Hamas called on PA forces to withdraw from the streets and allow matriculation exams to take place as scheduled on Monday throughout the Gaza Strip. Three people were killed as a result of the infighting on Sunday.

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