Israel, Palestinians agree to ceasefire after days of deadly attacks in Gaza | ABC News

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Israel and Palestinian militants have agreed to a truce in Gaza from Sunday night as mediated by Cairo, after a weekend-long pounding of Palestinian targets by Israel triggered longer-range rocket attacks against its cities.

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