Suspected arson at foreign workers' apartment in J'lem

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 4, 2012 09:30

 
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A fire broke out overnight Sunday at an apartment in Jerusalem inhabited by foreign workers, leaving two people lightly injured.

Three firefighter crews arrived at the apartment on Jaffa Street and managed to extinguish the fire.

Initial investigations suggest that the fire was caused as a result of arson. Police found the words "get out of the neighborhood" sprayed on a wall nearby.

Read the full story here.

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