Tense calm returns after ceasefire broken between Israel and Hamas | The World

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    A fragile calm has returned after the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas was broken almost four weeks after coming into effect.

    Both sides launched isolated attacks – there were no casualties on either side.

    The flare-up followed a controversial march by Jewish nationalists through east Jerusalem.

    ABC correspondent Nick Dole says there isn’t a lot of hope that the relative peace will last.

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