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Israeli troops kill Palestinian in the West Bank: health ministry

Reuters Saturday, 30 November 2019
Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank opened fire at a Palestinian who threw a fire-bomb at a car on Saturday, the Israeli military said, and the Palestinian Health Ministry said the man was killed.
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