Israel, Egypt hold talks toward Gaza ‘permanent ceasefire’

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    Israeli and Egyptian officials held talks in both countries Sunday aimed at bolstering the #Cairo-brokered #ceasefire that ended the latest deadly flare-up of violence between the Jewish state and #Gaza’s Hamas rulers. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Egyptian intelligence chief Abbas Kamel in Jerusalem to discuss “strengthening cooperation” between their countries, #Netanyahu’s office said.

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