U.N. Concerned About Deaths of Two Palestinians
On Sunday, the office of the U.N. Special Coordinator for the Middle East, Robert Serry, said that the U.N. is concerned about the killings of two Palestinians within 48 hours and it is "awaiting the full facts of these tragic fatalities," Ma'an News reported.
Serry's spokesperson, Ricard Miron, declared that the U.N. is "very worried that two Palestinians have lost their lives in recent days in incidents involving Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank."
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