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There were no deaths reported.
The countrywide riots on Tuesday left over 80 people injured, including 47 police officers, as police forces arrested 136 protesters.
B'Tselesm calls on IDF to prohibit use of live ammunition in riot dispersal; army says report is biased, cherry picks incidents.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Medics tell Ma'an news agency 7 Palestinians hurt, 1 severely; IDF: Groups gathered by Israel-Gaza border, trying to damage fence.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND JPOST. COM STAFF
Over a thousand people gathered outside Israeli Embassy in a peaceful demonstration supporting Operation Pillar of Defense.
By NADAV SHEMER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
IDF fire tear gas, warning shots in the air to disperse rioters. Palestinians also throw rocks at cars near Ramallah.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Suspects from east J'lem set mattress, piles of clothing on fire; 4 seriously hurt, 4 moderately hurt from smoke inhalation and burns.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Police arrest 2 ultra-orthodox protesters, 1 policeman lightly injured; haredi arrested in J'lem for cursing woman.
Ultra-orthodox protesters throw stones, burn trashcans, 3 arrested; Yishai comes out against dividing city.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Assistant A-G Oren Pono: Government would only be able to decide how to respond to statehood riots if and when situation arose.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
People who lost their homes and livelihoods when riots first erupted in London recall the night they narrowly escaped with their lives.
Media monitoring organization angry over singling out of Hasidic rioters in 'Guardian' report.
By JONNY PAUL , JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
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