(FILES) In this file photo taken on December 07, 2017 Hamas leader Ismail Haniya gestures as he delivers a speech over US President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, in Gaza City. AFP / SAID KHATIB
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Turkey Friday denounced the U.S. decision to put the head of Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas on its terror blacklist, saying it hoped the move would not have a negative impact on Ankara's humanitarian aid to Gaza.The U.S. State Department on Wednesday also slapped sanctions on Ismail Haniya, who was named head of Hamas in May 2017 .Hamas has been on the U.S. terror blacklist since 1997 but Turkey's ruling Islamic-rooted Justice and Development Party has friendly ties with the movement.
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