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Palestinian factions in the southern Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh succeeded Sunday in reaching a cease-fire agreement between the Fatah Movement and Jund al-Sham after an urgent meeting in Al-Nour Mosque.Two people were wounded Sunday after violent clashes began anew in Ain al-Hilweh between the Fatah Movement and Jund al-Sham.The clashes occurred in the camp's Taware and Al-Barakshat neighborhoods, where Jund al-Sham militants, a notorious Islamist group tied to Al-Qaeda, and Fatah fighters were positioned respectively. Fighting broke out after three members of the Fatah Movement were killed Saturday and 15 people wounded in clashes with Jund al-Sham, following a failed assassination attempt against Abu Ashraf al-Armoushi, the leader of the Palestinian National Security faction, in Ain al-Hilweh.
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