Security forces enter Kalandiya, drive back protesters

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March 30, 2012 13:54

 
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Security forces entered Kalandiya Friday afternoon in an attempt to drive back protesters using tear gas, sound grenades, sound weapons, foul-smelling water and rubber-coated bullets. Protesters were throwing stones, burning tires and throwing Molotov cocktails toward the Kalandiya checkpoint and security forces.

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