Police arrest 5 suspects after school riots

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October 6, 2010 07:06

 
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Police in Nazareth arrested five people suspected of participating in a riot that took place two days ago in the northern village of Ein Mahal overnight on Tuesday.

Twelve high school students and four police officers were lightly injured in the scuffle that broke out in opposition to the appointment of a new principle.

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