Police chief: Over 1,000 teenagers were in targeted club

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August 29, 2011 04:56

 
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Police Insp.-Gen. Yochanan Danino said Monday morning that over 1,000 teenagers were in a south Tel Aviv nightclub which was targeted by a terrorist.

He said Border Police  preparations "were extraordinary and prevented a big disaster."

He added that police force would continue to be deployed in the coming weeks in its current form.

"The preparations are what allowed tens of officers to tackle the terrorist, who is now being questioned," Danino said.

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