Police: Nationalistic motives not suspected in latest Duma torching

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July 20, 2016 09:32

 
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The overnight torching of a house in the Palestinian village of Duma did not appear to be a nationalistically motivated incident, rather the result of a local village conflict, police said Wednesday.

Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported earlier on Wednesday that the home set ablaze overnight had also been hit in a firebomb attack in 2015.

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