Israeli sappers neutralize bomb planted at bus stop in northern West Bank

The incident occurred at Rahelim junction, which lies just south of the Palestinian village of Yasuf.

October 10, 2014 11:43
bomb disposal robot

A POLICE SAPPER from the Negev Subdistrict inspects a bomb disposal robot.. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)


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Israeli sappers neutralized an explosive device at a bus stop in Samaria on Friday morning.

The incident occurred at Rahelim junction, which lies just south of the Palestinian village of Yasuf.

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Police sappers were summoned to the scene after an explosive device which was wired to explode by remote-control detonation was found at a bus stop.

Authorities cordoned off the area and successfully neutralized the device. No injuries or damage resulted from the incident.

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