London police arrest 6 over anti-Israel demos

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March 24, 2009 17:16

Police continue to make arrests in connection with the violence that erupted outside the Israeli Embassy in London earlier this year, with six more people detained Tuesday. In all, police have arrested about 60 people so far in connection with the protests over the IDF operation in Gaza. More than 50 police officers were injured. Most of the injuries were minor, but one police officer was knocked out when he was hit by a metal object. And at one of the demonstrations, a knife was found embedded in the building's gate post after police say it was thrown at them.


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