Two buses set alight in apparent response to separate lines

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March 5, 2013 07:39

 
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Two buses belonging to a transportation company that operates in the West Bank were set alight overnight Monday in Kafr Kasim, Israel Radio reported.

Police suspected the motive of the arson to be the recent decision to launch two Palestinians-only bus lines in the West Bank for workers traveling onto Israel.

No suspects had been arrested.

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