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As a new temporary truce took hold, negotiators from Israel and the Hamas militant group resumed indirect talks Monday to reach a long-term cease-fire in the Gaza Strip. The two sides were huddled in an Egyptian government building for what were expected to be marathon negotiations in the coming days. The 72-hour truce, brokered by Israel, took effect just after midnight, in the second attempt to halt a month of heavy fighting between the sides. A similar three-day truce collapsed on Friday when militants resumed rocket fire on Israel after the sides were unable to make any headway in Egyptian-brokered negotiations for a more lasting deal.

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