Bus shelter damaged by charge in West Bank; firebombs thrown near Nablus

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August 31, 2014 09:03

 
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Police were called  to a bus shelter at the Rechalim junction near the West Bank city of Nablus on Sunday morning after an explosion was heard. The shelter was damaged and police sappers were being sent to the scene. IDF and police forces were searching the area for additional charges and suspicious objects. 

Police also responded on Sunday morning after Palestinians threw two firebombs at the Jit Junction. There was no injury or damage in the attack. Forces were at the scene to look for unexploded bombs.  

 


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