Egypt Declares Truce in Gaza
Cairo announced on Tuesday that a ceasefire deal was reached between Israel and Palestinian resistance groups in Gaza ending five days of escalation in the coastal enclave.
Egyptian officials announced that the deal took effect on Tuesday morning. The Egyptian government issued a statement saying that “a deal was reached to end the recent operations from both sides, and the start of general calm including the halt of assassinations. The deal came into effect at 1:00 AM on Tuesday, and Egypt will be monitoring its implementation.”
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