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Militant factions finally reached a successful cease-fire agreement Tuesday in the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh, ending heavy clashes that had shaken the camp since the weekend.A cease-fire agreement reached between Palestinian factions Sunday collapsed Monday night.Three people were wounded in sporadic gunfire that violated the cease-fire agreement before it went into effect around 1:00 p.m., raising the number of wounded to 10 . Fatah Movement member Ali Othman was killed Tuesday in the fighting, one day after Fatah officer Fadi Khodeir died.A security source told The Daily Star that the car of Hezbollah MP Nawaf Musawi was hit with stray bullets from Ain al-Hilweh's fighting.
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