Palestinians celebrate unity deal on streets of Gaza

Photo gallery: Men, women and children take to the streets of Gaza as Hamas, Fatah leaders sign reconciliation plan in Cairo.

By REUTERS
May 4, 2011 15:27

Palestinian rally Gaza R 311 for gallery 9. (photo credit: Reuters)

 
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Palestinians celebrated the reconciliation agreement between rival factions Fatah and Hamas during a rally in Gaza City on Wednesday.

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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who heads Fatah, and senior Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal were in Cairo on Wednesday to endorse a deal to end a four-year rift.

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