Middle East

Israeli Military Operation Leaves Destruction, Anger

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Israeli troops and armored vehicles pull out of the West Bank city of Nablus after a two-day security operation, leaving behind a trail of smashed cars, broken windows and angry Palestinians.

It was the largest military sweep in the West Bank in months. Israeli officials say Nablus has become the center of planned attacks on Israel and, they will do whatever is needed to stop them.



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