Hamas and the defeatedFatah Party held a new round of coalition talks Thursday, but appears increasingly unlikely Fatah will join a Hamas government.
Earlier Thursday, a Hamas spokesman said the Islamic militant group will keep key Cabinet posts for itself, another sign that it is not actively courting Fatah, which lost parliament elections in January.
Thursday's meeting was attended by Azzam al-Ahmed, the head of the Fatah parliament faction, and Hamas legislator Mahmoud Zahar, reports the AP.
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