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Daybreak: Abbas Plans to Step Down

Plus Palestinian protests, Clinton in Cairo, and more in the news

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Hillary Clinton in Tahrir Square.(Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)

• Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced he won’t run for re-election in September. Who will? Tablet Magazine published that article yesterday. [Haaretz]

• Yesterday saw the largest demonstrations ever in favor of Palestinian unity, in both Gaza and the West Bank. [WP]

• But Hamas in particular also used violence to put down some protests. [NYT]

• The settlement of Itamar says it only gathers strength from attacks on it, and the Fogel murders are no exception. [NYT]

• In Cairo, Secretary of State Clinton confirmed American support for Egyptian democracy. [WSJ]

• Israeli jets retaliated for a rocket by bombing a Hamas facility in Gaza, killing two. [WP]

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Daybreak: Abbas Plans to Step Down

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