Ex-Israeli soldier attacked with irritant gas in Berlin
16 October 2021 | 3:56 pm
The 29-year-old Berlin resident was harassed by the attackers who sprayed irritant gas in his face and threw him to the ground. Police are investigating what they suspect to be a politically motivated crime.
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