Middle East (IP): The groups involved in the "Ain Al-Hilweh" camp, which had clashed with each other again after a month, reached a ceasefire agreement.

Iran PressMiddle East: The Palestinian refugee camp "Ain Al-Hilweh" in southern Lebanon, on Thursday night, once again witnessed a clash between armed elements and forces of the Palestinian Fatah movement; The movement that controls this camp.

According to Iran press citing Al Jazeera network, after about a month of peace in this camp, on Thursday night, the sound of gunfire and the explosion of homemade bombs and RPGs once again terrified the residents.

This conflict continued until this morning and sometimes became even more intense. Dozens of people were injured in these clashes.

Referring to the ceasefire agreement reached in Ain Al-Hilweh camp, this media source announced that the cessation of hostilities in Ain Al-Hilweh camp took place after a meeting was held in one of the bases of the Lebanese army with the presence of Fatah and Hamas representatives.

Ain Halweh camp is the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon, which was established in 1948.

According to the official statistics of the United Nations, this camp houses about 50,000 Palestinians. Some unofficial statistics also indicate that 70,000 people live in this camp.


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