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Policemen Stabbed, Shot At in Separate Terror Attacks

Knife used in a terrorist stabbing attack on an Israeli policeman on March 3, 2016 (Photo: Israel Police)

After two terror attacks occurred yesterday, Israel faced two more early Thursday. The Times of Israel reports that two policemen were attacked in separate incidents, one stabbed and one shot at:

The policeman, 43, was stabbed in the shoulder by a 14-year-old female resident of the Jordan Valley village of Ouja, outside Jericho, police said. The policeman was directing traffic there.

He was taken to the nearby Haemek Medical Center for treatment, according to the Magen David Adom ambulance service.

After stabbing the officer, the assailant fled. The injured policeman chased after her and arresting her without incident, according to a police spokesperson...

Overnight, shots were fired at a police vehicle at Rehelim junction in the central West Bank south of Nablus.

A police officer suffered light injuries and was treated at the scene. The cruiser also sustained damage...

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