IDF investigating Palestinian vehicle found torched near Hebron

By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
November 13, 2015 23:00

 
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A Mazda with Palestinian license plates was set on fire Friday evening near the Palestinian village of Dura in the southern West Bank.

The IDF is investigating whether the torched car has any connection to the shooting attack earlier in the day that left two Israelis dead on Route 60 near Hebron.

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