Clashes Continue at Palestinian Refugee Camp in Lebanon, 14 killed 40 injured

At the Ein el-Hilweh refugee camp in Lebanon, there have been clashes between two groups called the Palestinian Fatah movement and some other armed groups. These clashes started again on Saturday, even though they had agreed to stop fighting on Friday. Can you believe it?
People at the camp heard gunshots and explosions on Saturday morning. It's really sad that the fighting started again, especially after they had agreed to a cease-fire. According to the United Nations, 14 people have been killed and more than 40 others have been injured since the clashes first began on July 29. That's a lot of people affected by this violence.
Efforts for Peace
Even though the fighting is happening, there are some people who are trying to make things better. The President of Palestine, Abbas, received a phone call from Lebanon's caretaker Prime Minister, Najib Mikati. They talked about what's happening at the Ein el-Hilweh camp and how they can stop the fighting.
Abbas wants everyone to stop fighting and have a "complete and comprehensive cease-fire." He really wants to solve this problem and work together with the Lebanese government. It's important to follow the laws and work together to make things better.
About the Camp
The Ein el-Hilweh camp is the biggest out of the 12 Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon. It was established in 1948 and has around 50,000 registered people, according to the United Nations. But some people say that there might actually be around 70,000 people living there. That's a lot of people who need help and support.
Overall, there are about 200,000 Palestinian refugees in Lebanon, spread across these 12 camps. Most of these camps are controlled by different Palestinian groups.