Hamas is being careful not to reveal any details about its investigation into the assassination of Mazen Fuqaha, its senior military commanders say.
With early elections in the air, Netanyahu and Finance Minister Kahlon issued a plan for cutting taxes. But their dispute over Israel's new public broadcaster put their promise on the back burner.
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Launching renewed hostilities against Israel now would derail plans for the group in the Gaza Strip.
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Some observers expect Abbas to soften demands for opening of talks with Israel.
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