Report: IDF detains ten wanted Palestinians in the W. Bank

December 20, 2011 09:34


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The IDF detained 10 Palestinian residents of the West Bank overnight Monday, according to Channel 10 news.

According to the report, the Kfir Brigade detained seven "wanted Palestinians" in the city of Jenin, two in the Ramallah area, and one Palestinian from Hebron.

The IDF detained three boys Monday night who were seen approaching the border between Gaza and Israel. According to Ma'an news agency, the three boys were trying to cross the border illegally in order to work.

The IDF was interrogating the detainees.

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