I understand that the GNU GPL v2 and Apache License v2.0 are considered incompatible. The FSF's License List explains that this is "because [Apache] has some requirements that are not in that GPL version. These include certain patent termination and indemnification provisions." This seems to be referring to sections three (patent license termination upon litigation) and nine (must hold Contributors harmless when providing a warranty).
In the GPL, section 7 seems to cover the indemnification issue by allowing you to supplement the GPL with a term "Requiring indemnification of licensors and authors of [added] material by anyone who conveys the material".
However, I don't see anything that addresses the patent termination issue. How is the GPL v3 compatible with Apache v2.0's patent license (and license termination) scheme?