The leader of Hamas held out the possibility of a Gaza ceasefire on Tuesday but said Israel should first halt its attacks.
"Should the Occupation (Israel) stop its aggression a return to the ceasefire understandings will be possible," Ismail Haniyeh said in a statement.
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