Man stabbed by Sudanese citizen in Tel Aviv, in moderate condition

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January 6, 2014 14:38

 
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A 30-year-old man was stabbed by a Sudanese citizen outside Bistro restaurant at 24 Lilenblum Street in Tel Aviv on Monday afternoon.

The stabbing occurred during an altercation between two men, both of whom worked at the restaurant. The victim was taken to Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv for medical treatment.

The suspect was arrested for questioning. The reasoning behind the altercation is still unknown.

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