Police arrest 2 Palestinians attempting to disrupt traffic

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January 10, 2012 15:54

 
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Two Palestinians were arrested after clashing with police during a demonstration near Jericho, Army Radio reported on Tuesday.

The two were part of a convoy of Palestinian vehicles that was traveling from the Almog Intersection towards the Vered Yericho settlement in an attempt to disrupt traffic.

Military and police forces arrived on the scene to deal with the incident.

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