A tentative cease-fire in Gaza

Monday, January 19, 2009

The Israeli army reports that there was a second night of peace after Israel and Hamas reached a tentative cease-fire. Israeli troops have started pulling out of Gaza, although the army isn't saying how long the process will take. In Gaza, residents are beginning to pick up the pieces after being bombarded for more than three weeks. For more on this situation, we turn to BBC Correspondent Bethany Bell.

Watch Al Jazeera's report on the behind-the-scenes diplomacy that lead to this cease-fire.


Bethany Bell

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