West Bank: Arrests made after killing of Israeli guard
02 May 2022 | 5:36 am
Gunmen have killed an Israeli guard at a West Bank settlement, prompting several arrests by Israeli security forces. Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade has claimed responsibility for the attack.
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