Near Nazareth, Police arrest 16 people illegally residing in Israel

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February 16, 2015 07:56

 
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Police arrested 16 people overnight in a forest in Kafr Manda, near Nazareth, who were illegally residing in Israel, Israel Police reported Monday.

Authorities are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Some of them reportedly could face jail time, while others in the group will be transferred back to the Palestinian Authority.

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