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Hamas leader meets Egyptian officials to discuss possible prisoner swap with Israel.
Senior Hamas members, excluding the movement's exiled political leader Khalid Mishaal, will visit Cairo in the next few days to discuss a prisoner exchange deal with Israel brokered by Egypt.
Hamas sees no political gain in recognising Israel and will resist doing so despite sanctions imposed on the Palestinian government, Hamas leader Khalid Mishaal has said.

Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, has denied reports about a meeting between him and Khalid Mishaal, the head of Hamas's political bureau.

Israeli intelligence services planned to assassinate Khalid Mishaal, the head of the political wing of Hamas, last month sources in the group say.
The Hamas-led Palestinian government and Fatah have agreed to try to end tensions between them after their supporters clashed in the worst internal fighting in months.
Students supporting the Fatah party and the radical Islamic group Hamas have clashed in Gaza, throwing stones at each other.

Peace with Israel is achievable o

Khalid Mishaal, the leader-in-exile of Hamas, says the Palestinian group will continue to resist Israeli occupation and has told the US that its Middle East policy will fuel terrorism.

Hamas has ended its visit to Russia by admitting it needs to "change its manners" but refuses to compromise its stance towards Israel and says it is not concerned by Western threats to cut funding to the Palestinian Authority.
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