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Netanyahu says he won’t agree to a deal that ends the war in Gaza, testing the latest truce proposal

  • The viability of a U.S.-backed proposal to end the Gaza war was questioned by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who would only consider a 'partial' cease-fire deal.
  • Netanyahu's stance differs from U.S. President Joe Biden's plan, potentially straining ties with the U.S.
  • Hamas is concerned that Israel may resume the war after freeing hostages, reinforced by Netanyahu's rejection of the U.S.-supported cease-fire deal.
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