Police arrest 2 more in TA firebombings, 1 to be remanded

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May 3, 2012 07:25

 
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Two additional suspects were arrested Wednesday in the firebombings directed against African migrants in south Tel Aviv last week.

One of the suspects was released after he was interrogated, while the second suspect was scheduled to face a remand hearing on Thursday morning.

Police had previously arrested 20-year-old Haim Mula and his sister for suspected involvement in the firebombings.

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