Woman Dies in Bethlehem Due to Effects of Tear Gas Inhalation Fired by Israeli Soldiers
Noha Qatamish, 40 years of age, died on Monday night at Bethlehem city hospital after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli troops.
The local Radio Bethlehem 2000, reported that Qatamish has a severe case of allergy. Her respiratory system failed when soldiers fired tear gas into and around her home at Aida refugee camp, in Bethlehem city.
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