Two police officers lightly hurt during house demolition in North

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December 2, 2009 13:10

 
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Two police officers were lightly wounded Wednesday while assisting in the demolition of two illegal building sites in the northern village of Taybeh-Zouabi, police said. Several young people, apparently residents of the village and the owners of the buildings, attempted to disrupt the forces. Two people tried to break through a ring of police officers securing the bulldozers by riding on scooters straight through them, wounding the two policemen. The building sites were in an unfinished state and were as yet not occupied.

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