Israel, Islamic Jihad on verge of ceasefire: Reports

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There are reports of an imminent ceasefire in Gaza between Israel and Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

Egyptian mediators say both sides have agreed to a truce.

But tthere has been no confirmation of that from either the Palestinians or the Israelis.

Al Jazeera’s Youmna el Sayed reports from Gaza on the day’s events.

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