Soldier lightly wounded by stone thrower in W. Bank

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April 2, 2013 20:50

 
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An IDF soldier was lightly wounded on Tuesday from stones that were thrown at him near Kfar Orif in the West Bank close to the Jewish settlement of Yitzhar, according to the IDF Spokesperson. The soldier was treated on the scene.

Around twenty Palestinians and ten Jewish settlers had a confrontation in the area and threw stones and the IDF responded with crowd dispersal measures, the IDF Spokesperson said.

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