With the clock ticking on the expiration of the latest cease-fire in Gaza, representatives of Israel and Hamas resumed talks in Cairo today but appeared divided over an Egyptian proposal to ease the closing of the territory.
Read original article – Published August 17, 2014 3:55 PM ET
Israel, Palestinians Still Far Apart As Truce Nears End
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