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Israeli forces have moved into the West Bank city of Nablus and established a curfew. The move came after a Palestinian gunman killed five Israelis in a nearby settlement yesterday. More than 30 Israelis have been killed in the last three days by Palestinian attacks. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports. (4:00)
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