Security forces arrest 10 West Bank suspects; 1 Hamas member shot and injured

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June 26, 2014 06:57

 
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Security forces arrested ten Palestinian suspects overnight Thursday in the West Bank.

During one raid in the village of Samoa in the south Mount Hebron region, a Hamas member who attempted to flee, and ignored calls by an elite unit that had come to arrest him to stop, was shot and seriously injured. He has been taken by the army to hospital.

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