CAIRO: A new ceasefire in Gaza will last five days, said senior Palestinian negotiator Azzam al-Ahmed on Wednesday, after he and other officials initially spoke of another 72-hour lull.
"It will last for five days," he said, adding more time was needed to discuss "some" remaining disputes with Israel over a long-term truce.
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