African Union head condemns Israeli 'attacks' in Gaza

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Egyptian intelligence officials call for a cease-fire to begin Sunday night. Cease-fire would go into effect at 11:30 p.m. local time (2030 GMT) Egyptian intelligence official said Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant group had agreed to the truce. Another seven people killed in Gaza, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36.
Published 4 months ago · Cape Town, South Africa Photography Middle East Monitor

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