Youth who attempted to stab police fatally shot near Nazareth

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November 8, 2014 04:18

 
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A young man in his 20s was fatally wounded  Saturday morning  by police during an arrest in Kafr Kanna near Nazareth.

Police said that when they arrived to arrest another person on suspicion of throwing a stun grenade, the young man arrived carrying a knife and tried to stab one of the officers. The  Nazareth Police were on the scene, and fired into the air to warn the young assailant. When the police felt threatened, they shot him.

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