Ramallah - The militant group Hamas has agreed a series of key conditions with rival movement Fatah which could signal the end of a 10-year-long feud in Palestine. Hamas, who are on the UN terrorist list, have controlled the Gaza Strip and the West Bank since 2007. Led by Yahya Sinwar, Hamas last night agreed to conditions by rival President Abbas, including nationwide elections which could finally end a decade old territorial split. Conditions also include dissolving the contentious Gaza administrative committee - the de facto government in the region - and allowing an Abbas-led 'unity government,' who could take control within a matter of days. The Gaza administrative committee is the de facto government in region after Hamas defeated Fatah in parliamentary elections in 2006. A year later, Hamas drove forces loyal to Fatah from the Gaza Strip assuming near complete administrative control.(FA)