Oct 25, 2015

New Knife Attacks on Israelis as Al-Aqsa Measures Announced

A wave of stabbings left two Israelis wounded and an alleged Palestinian attacker dead Sunday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to install more security cameras at the flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound in a bid to defuse tensions.

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