Palestinians clash with IDF troops in refugee camp near Ramallah

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February 15, 2016 11:44

 
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A clash erupted between the IDF and Palestinian rioters at the Al-Am'ari refugee camp near Ramallah on Monday.

An IDF spokeswoman said Palestinian gunmen opened live fire on soldiers, and hurled explosive devices and rocks at them. One soldier was lightly injured by rocks. In response, soldiers opened fire at a number of the attackers.

The army is checking Palestinian reports that ten were injured by IDF live fire.

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