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Escalation on the Gaza strip: Palestinians announce truce

According to the rocket attacks on Israeli towns and retaliatory strikes on the Gaza strip have agreed the parties to the conflict, apparently on a truce. The p

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Escalation on the Gaza strip: Palestinians announce truce

According to the rocket attacks on Israeli towns and retaliatory strikes on the Gaza strip have agreed the parties to the conflict, apparently on a truce. The parts of the Palestinian sources.

After the outbreak of violence in the Gaza strip with many dead, and the Palestinians have agreed on a truce with Israel. The ceasefire had come through Egyptian mediation. This was confirmed by representatives of the Palestinians and Egypt.

Previously, the Region from the worst outbreak of violence had been shaken since the Gaza war five years ago. At the weekend, Israeli media have been reportedly killed at least four Israelis by massive rocket fire from Gaza, and more than a hundred injured. Retaliatory attacks by the Israeli army to kill, according to the Ministry of health in Gaza, more than 20 Palestinians and injured around 150.

funeral of a rocket attack killed a man in Ashkelon, Israel.

Trump assures Israel of support to

escalated The violence, after it had given on Friday at the Gaza border during confrontations with Israeli soldiers Dead. Four Palestinians were killed, according to the Ministry of health in Gaza. Palestinian factions announced then revenge.

US President, Donald Trump has secured Israel in the border conflict, its support is assured. "Israel is facing a barrage of deadly rocket attacks by the terrorist groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad," wrote Trump on Twitter. "We support Israel 100 percent in the defence of its citizens." To the people in the Gaza strip directed Trump wrote: "These terrorist actions against Israel will bring you more misery". The violence must end and a peace.

Previously had ready condemned by UN General sekreträr Antonio Guterres, the rocket attacks from Gaza. He was following the development with "great concern" and called on both sides for "maximum restraint".

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