A mother mourns over the lifeless body of her three-year-old daughter during her funeral at their home in Gaza City, in the northern Gaza Strip, Wednesday, June 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)
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Palestinians call off 62-day hunger strikeDozens of Palestinian prisoners who had refused food for 62 days have suspended their hunger strike after reaching a deal with the Israel Prisons Service, their lawyer told AFP.Israel confirmed the agreement, details of which have not immediately been made public.Some 75 prisoners were on hunger strike when the deal was reached, according to the IPS.Under administrative detention, which Palestinian leaders and human rights groups have denounced, prisoners can be held for six-month periods that can be indefinitely renewed.
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