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Smoke billows as an Israeli military vehicle fires near the Israel-Gaza border, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, in southern Israel, on May 8. [Photo/Agencies]

CAIRO -- The negotiations held in Egypt for a truce between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip have seen "remarkable progress," yet some points of disagreement remained unresolved, Egypt's Al-Qahera News TV channel reported on Wednesday.

"The discussions continued from 10 am (0700 GMT) amid remarkable agreement, yet some controversial points remained," Al-Qahera quoted an unnamed high-ranking source as saying.

Egypt has been exerting "relentless efforts" to maintain the negotiation on track, stressing to all participating parties the danger of escalation and failure to adhere to the path, according to the report.

Earlier in the day, Al-Qahera reported "Egypt is ready to deal with all scenarios."

On Tuesday, Egypt hosted delegations from Hamas, Israel, Qatar and the United States with the aim of reaching a comprehensive truce in Gaza.

The Israeli army launched a military operation in Rafah on Monday night, where more than one million internally displaced Palestinians have sought refuge since Israel's offensive began on Oct 7 last year.

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