Report: Brother of Tel Aviv gunman arrested in North

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January 4, 2016 09:52

 
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Authorities have arrested a brother of the man suspected to be the gunman who opened fire and killed two people on Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Street this past Friday, Army Radio reported on Monday.

The brother will be brought before a Haifa court, where prosecutors will ask that he remain in custody, according to Army Radio.

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