Palestinian gunmen fire on IDF near Ni'lin; Soldiers return fire

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October 12, 2016 20:31

 
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Palestinian gunmen fired on IDF soldiers near the West Bank security fence in the vicinity of the village of Ni'lin on Tuesday evening.

Soldiers, who were dispatched to the area by an army lookout, returned fire, and the suspects fled the scene, the IDF Spokesperson said.

Units from the Efrain territorial brigade conducted searches in the area and arrested a number of suspects following the exchange of fire.

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