Clashes Reported In Streets Of Bethlehem
Saturday January 18, 2014 17:11 by Chris Carlson - 1 of International Middle East Media Center Editorial Group
Clashes between Palestinian youth and Israeli forces spilled over onto Bethlehem's Manger Street, on Friday, after two weeks of daily confrontations in the nearby Aida refugee camp.
Local activist Salah Ajarma told Ma'an News Agency that clashes between protestors and Israeli forces took place in the area around Rachel's Tomb, on the main road leading through Bethlehem from Jerusalem to Hebron, as well as on nearby Manger Street.
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