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Peres says ceasefire in everyone’s interests

Israeli Vice Prime Minister Shimon Peres gave a cautious welcome to Hamas’s proposed ceasefire and said on Friday he did not see a need for the United Nations to investigate the beach killings in Gaza last week. Hamas, which formed the Palestinian government in March after winning elections, said on Thursday it was willing to ask Palestinian militants to stop firing rockets from Gaza into the Jewish state. But it said Israel had to first stop military activity in the Gaza Strip and West Bank. Full Story

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