Foul play suspected in woman's fall from 3rd floor in Tel Aviv

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November 18, 2009 02:39


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Police held for questioning Tuesday overnight a 30-year-old man after his partner, 26, fell to her death from the third floor of a building in Halutzim Street in Tel Aviv where the two were living. Police suspected the fall may have involved foul play and was not accidental. The couple were not previously known to the police.

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