Hamas Rejects E.U. Monitors in Gaza
Hamas officials told Egyptian negotiators that European Union observers are welcomed along Gaza's Rafah border point with Israel, instead favoring a Palestinian-Egyptian force.
(AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)
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