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Arrests Made in Wake of Tel Aviv Bombing

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Arrests Made in Wake of Tel Aviv Bombing

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Arrests Made in Wake of Tel Aviv Bombing

Arrests Made in Wake of Tel Aviv Bombing

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Shopkeepers sort through a ruined storefront in Tel Aviv.

Shopkeepers sort through a ruined storefront in Tel Aviv after Friday's suicide bombing. Reuters hide caption

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Two suspected terrorists are held in connection with Friday's suicide bombing outside a Tel Aviv nightclub. Palestinian security forces apprehended two brothers of the bomber, identified as a university student from the West Bank. At least four people were killed in the blast.

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