Report: PA minister dies after clashes with IDF troops

By REUTERS
December 10, 2014 12:46

 
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TURMUSIYA, West Bank - A Palestinian Authority minister died shortly after being hit and shoved by Israeli soldiers during a protest on Wednesday in the West Bank, a Reuters photographer who witnessed the incident and a medic said.

Ziad Abu Ein, a PA minister without portfolio, was rushed by ambulance from the scene, in the village of Turmusiya, but died en route to the nearby city of Ramallah.

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