Two shot to death in Negev village, clan feud suspected

February 27, 2012 14:20


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Two men were shot to death in the Negev village of Hura on Monday in what police believe may have been part of a feud between rival clans.

MDA paramedics called to the scene of the shooting found three people injured, two of whom were critically injured and died shortly afterward. The third victim suffered light to moderate injuries.He was evacuated to Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba.

Police were investigating the circumstances of the incident.

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