Hamas, Fatah to give control of besieged Gaza Strip to unity govt by Dec

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Hamas, Fatah to give control of besieged Gaza Strip to unity govt by Dec
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The two movements agreed Thursday to "enable the national unity government to carry out its work and assume its full responsibility in running the Gaza Strip, as is the case in the West Bank, by December 1, 2017," said a statement released by the State Information Service of Egypt. Earlier in the day, the Gaza-based Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, and the West Bank-based Palestinian Fatah party, led by PA President Mahmoud Abbas, signed a reconciliation accord. The landmark deal, described by Abbas as the "final agreement to end the division, "was signed by Hamas' new deputy leader, Salah al-Aruri, and Azzam al-Ahmad, the head of the Fatah delegation for the talks, after three days of unity negotiations, which were kicked off on Tuesday.

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