21-year-old stabbed to death in Galilee; 4 suspects arrested

21-year-old stabbed to d

November 5, 2009 02:14


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A 21-year-old Nazareth resident was stabbed to death in the village of Yafia, in the Galilee, late Wednesday night. By-passers found him with multiple stab wounds, and he was evacuated to the British Hospital in Nazareth, there doctors failed to save his life and pronounced him dead. Four suspects, residents of the village, were arrested by police. According to Army Radio, police assess the background to the incident was a fight that broke out between teenagers in the village.

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