5 arrested blocking TA intersection during protest

August 7, 2011 03:20


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Five protesters were arrested blocking the intersection of Rehov Kaplan and Ibn Gvirol in central Tel Aviv in the aftermath of a large social justice protest in the city, Army Radio reported, although several dozen were initially detained.

Police managed to reopen the littered intersection to traffic by 1:15 a.m. Police forces remained on the scene to direct traffic.

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