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Israel: Dozens arrested at anti-Netanyahu rally

By Abiodun Ogundairo
25 October 2020   |   3:17 pm
Protesters rallying against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have clashed with police in Tel Aviv, according to local media. Dozens of people were arrested for violating controversial new curbs on large demonstrations.

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