Foreign citizen working at clinic helping Syrian refugees injured in shooting incident

By REUTERS
October 11, 2017 06:09
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A foreign citizen employed as part of the medical staff working at an Israeli clinic that provides assistance to Syrian refugees afflicted by the Syrian Civil War, was lightly injured Tuesday night as a result of what the IDF suspect was a shooting incident.

The man was treated at the clinic, operating in the south of the Golan Heights, and the military said that the incident will be investigated.

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