Police evict Pro-Palestinian protesters from Melbourne hotel

Police evict Pro-Palesti

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December 6, 2009 13:23

 
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Three pro-Palestinian protesters were evicted from a Melbourne hotel on Sunday, after trying to gain entry to the Australia Israel Leadership Forum, where Vice Premier Silvan Shalom is in attendance. The Australian Associated Press quoted police as saying that the three were thrown out as hundreds of other protesters tried to breach police lines as the Park Hyatt Hotel. No injuries were reported in the incident.

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