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Tel Aviv shooting: Israel suspends entry permits for Palestinians

  • Tel Aviv shooting: Israel suspends entry permits for Palestinians

    After gunmen opened fire at an open-air complex in Tel Aviv, the government of Israel has suspended entry permits for 83,000 Palestinians. As per reports, two Palestinian gunmen attacked shoppers and diners in Sarona district. At least four people were killed in the attack. Police said that the two attackers, who are in custody, were from a Palestinian village Yatta. Though the Islamist group Hamas has praised the attack, but has not claimed responsibility. 

     

    Tel Aviv shooting: Gunmen open fire at open-air market

    Four people were killed and six injured when two Palestinian gunmen opened fire at an open-air shopping and restaurant area of central Tel Aviv in Israel. According to media reports, the shooting took place at two locations in Sarona market. The market is located close to defense ministry of Israel and the main army headquarters. The gunmen, who were from the Palestinian village of Yatta, are in police custody. The police said that one of the attackers is being treated in hospital.