CAIRO — Palestinian negotiators in Cairo say they have accepted an Egyptian proposal for a new, three-day cease-fire with Israel.
The decision aims to clear the way for renewed negotiations with Israel on a long-term truce arrangement in the Gaza Strip.
The officials, representing various Palestinian factions, spoke on condition of anonymity because they were discussing sensitive negotiations.
Israel walked away from negotiations over the weekend after rocket fire resumed, saying it would not negotiate under fire.
Heavy fighting between Israel and Gaza militants has killed more than 1,900 Palestinians, as well as 67 people on the Israeli side.