Palestinians hurl stones, wounding two Border Policemen

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April 26, 2014 09:53

 
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Two Border Police were injured on Friday when stones were thrown at them by Palestinians in Na'alin near Ramallah, according to Israel Radio.

A female police officer was treated on scene, while a male police officer was taken to a local hospital for further medical attention.

Dozens of Palestinians at the scene were rioting and throwing stones at Israeli security forces, who responded with crowd control measures, reported Israel Radio.

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