Hamas e Fatah: não há acordo

Rivals Hamas and Fatah called off top-level talks Monday on forming a Palestinian unity government that might ease crippling international sanctions, the latest indication of difficulties in bridging their ideological differences.(...)
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, the head of Fatah, postponed his planned trip to the Gaza Strip for talks with Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh of Hamas, and both sides said no new date has been set.(...)
Several times in the past months Hamas and Fatah appeared close to a political agreement based on the "prisoners' document," a plan put together by prominent Palestinians in Israeli prisons that calls for a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza. Some believe that implicitly accepts Israel next door, without stating the recognition.
But the U.S., Europe and Israel have signaled this would not be enough — the new government itself would have to accept the three conditions they set for the resumption of aid [Hamas must renounce violence, recognize Israel and accept past peace agreements before aid can resume] — although Europe has softened its line recently.