At least 8 Palestinians wounded, one seriously, in clashes with IDF troops in West Bank

October 31, 2014 16:23


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At least eight Palestinians were wounded, one seriously, in clashes with IDF troops at the Kalandiya checkpoint in the West Bank, Israel Radio reported on Friday.

According to Palestinian sources, IDF troops used live fire and rubber-coated bullets against rioters in hopes of dispersing the mob.

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas spoke by telephone with US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday, according to the Wafa news agency.

Abbas urged Kerry to “put an end to Israel’s actions and escalations,” according to Wafa.

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