Palestinians hurl firebombs at Israeli vehicles near Nablus, two injured

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February 26, 2014 19:37

 
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Palestinians hurled four firebombs at an Israeli bus and car near the settlement of Migdalim which is southeast o Nablus on Wednesday evening. 

Two soldiers who were on board the bus sustained light injuries and both vehicles were damaged in the attack.

The Army launched large scale security searches of the area following the incident. 

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