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Gaza group vows to continue launching flaming kites at Israel

Hamas says it has accepted an Egyptian proposal to end the dispute with Fatah.

Israel says Hamas curbed Gaza protests after Egyptian warning

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh made a brief visit on Sunday to Egypt.

By REUTERS
16/05/2018

Hamas and Fatah ask Egypt to postpone transfer of responsibility for Gaza

Under an agreement signed by Hamas and Fatah in Cairo in mid-October, the PA is supposed to take full responsibility for Gaza by Friday.

30/11/2017
Yahya Sinwar

Hamas's new leader radically shifts military strategy

From military budget overhauls to shifts in tunnel operations, Hamas leader Yayha Sinwar is shaking up Gaza.

Ismail Haniyeh (L) and Yahya Sinwar (R)

Report: Egypt proposes new formula for prisoner swap talks

Hamas is thought to be holding the bodies of two soliders — Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul — as well as three Israeli civilians — Hisham al-Sayed, Avera Mengistu and Juma Ibrahim Abu Ghanima.

14/09/2017
Nabil Shaath and Ismail Haniyeh.

Hamas says it's ready to talk with Fatah

The statement was released following a meeting led by Haniyeh and the Egyptian Intelligence chief.

13/09/2017
Hamas members

Suicide bombing near Rafah border crossing leaves Hamas member dead

The explosion killed one Hamas member and left a number of Hamas operatives wounded.

17/08/2017
Palestinians tunnel

Leaving the cat to guard the cream

Hamas remains the same Hamas, and its goals remain the same goals. The only thing that’s changed is Hamas’s tactics.

HAMAS LEADER Ismail Haniyeh gestures during a news conference in Gaza City earlier this month

Hamas delegation says situation in Gaza will be eased

Since the first Hamas delegation’s visit to Cairo, Egypt has sent a number of diesel fuel shipments to Gaza to alleviate the electricity crisis there.

06/07/2017
Gaza

Egyptian exports to Gaza signal better ties with Hamas

Egypt had insisted for years that the Rafah crossing - which it opens for a three-to-five day period about once every 40 days - would handle the passage of only people, not goods.

By REUTERS
08/02/2017
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