3 Ramat Migron settlers detained for W. Bank confrontation

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July 18, 2011 19:11

 
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Three settlers from the Ramat Migron outpost in the West Bank have been detained and questioned over an incident on Monday in which three Palestinians were injured, Judea and Samaria police said.

Conflicting reports emerged about what took place on Monday morning.

Police said one Palestinian was seriously injured and another moderately injured during a confrontation, adding that details about how the incident began remained unclear.

They were taken to the Ramallah hospital by the Red Crescent, police added. "We have launched an investigation and detained an adult and two minors," a police spokeswoman said. "The circumstances of the incident are being examined," she added.

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