Police arrest 11 for attacking African migrants in Tel Aviv

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May 23, 2012 23:42

 
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Police arrested a gang of eleven youths from south Tel Aviv on suspicion of launching a series of assaults on African migrants in the area.

Police believe the suspects, nine of whom are minors, assaulted the migrants, and used clubs and pepper spray in some of the attacks.

The Tel Aviv youth Magistrate's Court extended the custody of six suspects by a day, and two adult suspects will appear before a court on Thursday.

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