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Israel says holding fire in Gaza as long as militants do

Reuters Thursday, 14 November 2019
Israel will follow suit if Palestinian fighters in the Gaza Strip stop cross-border attacks, an Israeli official said on Thursday, denying that Israel had changed open-fire policy as demanded by the Islamic Jihad militant group for a truce.
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