News Footage / Apr 2, 2013

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Palestinian prisoner's death sparks angry protests in Hebron The death on Tuesday morning of Maisara Abu Hamdiyeh, a 64-year-old prisoner from Hebron who had been suffering from throat cancer, sparked a welter of anger over Israel's refusal to release him early on compassionate grounds. Abu Hamdiyeh's death sparked condemnation and angry protests in prisons across Israel as well as clashes with the Israeli army in Hebron, where around 300 angry demonstrators threw stones at troops near the entrance to the Old City, with soldiers firing tear gas and rubber bullets, an AFP correspondent said. Images
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Hebron West Bank Palestinian Territories Palestine (Region) Middle East Western Asia Asia
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