Palestinians throw stones at vehicles, police in different areas of Jerusalem

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October 21, 2014 22:52

 
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Palestinians threw stones at a bus, a car and at Border Police forces on Tuesday evening.

The windshield of a bus traveling in the Wadi Joz area was smashed. No one was injured in the attack. In the Beit Hanina area stones caused minor damage to a car.

In Shuafat, Palestinians threw stones at Border Police forces. The police used riot dispersal methods against the stone throwers.

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