Protestors display posters demanding 'Stop the violence' and 'Free Gaza' during a demonstration for peace in Palestine, in Zurich July 29, 2014. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: An Israeli television station retracted its report on Tuesday that a ceasefire in the Gaza conflict had been agreed, saying instead there was "movement" toward a truce between Israel and the Palestinian territory's dominant Hamas Islamists being brokered by Egypt.
"A senior (Israeli) official has clarified that there is no agreement on a ceasefire," said Channel Two, which had earlier quoted a senior official, also unnamed, saying there was a provisional deal in place.
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