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Muslim worshippers clash with Israeli forces outside Jerusalem shrine

By Reuters
23 July 2017   |   6:00 am
Hundreds of Muslim worshippers clash with Israeli security forces outside Jerusalem's Old City in protest against newly installed security measures outside a holy site.

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