Arson suspected in fire at offices of left-wing NGO B'Tselem

January 10, 2016 22:37


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A fire ripped through a commercial building in Jerusalem that is home to the offices of the left-wing NGO B’Tselem, according to initial reports on Sunday.

Fire and emergency crews rushed to the scene in an effort to douse the blaze and search for individuals who may be trapped inside.

The Jerusalem Post will bring you more details on this breaking story as they become available.

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