Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu listens during the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, Sunday, April 10, 2016. (Gali Tibbon/Pool Photo via AP)
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A half-year-long surge in Palestinian street attacks against Israelis is waning, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday, while Hamas accused the U.S.-backed Palestinian leadership of treachery for helping Israel stem the violence. Violence since October has left 200 Palestinians and 28 Israelis dead.Netanyahu made no mention of Israel's security cooperation with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's U.S.-backed administration in the occupied West Bank, where much of the violence has occurred.Many Palestinians regard security cooperation with Israel as collaborating with the enemy.
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