Clinton condemns Tel Aviv attack as 'heinous'

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June 9, 2016 02:55

 
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WASHINGTON -- Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton has condemned the shooting of nine people in a Tel Aviv market on Wednesday night as a "heinous terrorist attack," reaffirming Israel's right to defend itself as authorities confirm that the perpetrators were Palestinian.

“I condemn the heinous terrorist attack in Tel Aviv today," the candidate said in a prepared statement. "I send my deepest condolences to the families of those killed and I will continue to pray for the wounded."

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