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Israel: Fragile cease-fire with Palestinian militants in Gaza holding

By France24
09 August 2022   |   10:29 am
The fragile cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad appears to be holding. The cease-fire follows three days of fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants that left dozens dead, hundreds injured.

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