Palestinian gunman taken to Ichilov Hospital, standoff over

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August 18, 2010 00:11

 
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Palestinian gunman Nadim Injaz has been evacuated from the Turkish embassy and brought into Israeli police custody Tuesday evening.

Injaz was swarmed by photographers and journalists as he was escorted by police into an ambulance outside the building and brought to Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv for treatment of his gunshot wounds.

Injaz was fully conscious as he left the building and flashed a victory sign for reporters as he cursed profusely, while he was taken away.

No others were hurt in the standoff incident.

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