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Israeli-Palestinian talks to resume in Cairo ‘Wednesday’

Indirect talks between Israeli and Palestinian delegations on the ceasefire will resume on Wednesday in Cairo, officials say

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Indirect talks between Israeli and Palestinian delegations on the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip will resume on Wednesday in Cairo, Palestinian and Egyptian officials said on Saturday.

On Aug. 26, both sides agreed a ceasefire that ended 50 days of deadly conflict in the enclave and provided for a resumption of negotiations within a month to discuss unresolved issues.

These include the construction of a port and restoring the territory's airport, and exchanging Palestinian prisoners for the remains of Israeli soldiers.