Czech police say weapons found at Palestinian mission

By REUTERS
January 2, 2014 16:36

 
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PRAGUE - Czech police found weapons at the Palestinian mission in Prague, a police spokeswoman said on Thursday, a day after safe exploded there, killing ambassador Jamal al-Jamal.

"Yes I can confirm that," spokeswoman Andrea Zoulova told Reuters when asked about a report on the discovery of weapons. She gave no details about the type or quantity of weapons found.

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