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Tensions in West Bank threaten Israel-US intelligence cooperation

Top US Gen. Milley delivered "unprecedented message" to Israeli officials, warning that internal chaos and growing tensions in the West Bank could endanger the country’s strategic relations with the United States.
US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin (L) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu give a statement after their meeting at the prime minister's office, Jerusalem, April 12, 2021.

TEL AVIV — Two Israeli Arabs from the towns of Ramle and Kuseife turned themselves in to the police Thursday night, in relation to the shooting attack that took place hours earlier in Tel Aviv.

They are suspected of driving the Palestinian assailant who shot and wounded three people. In parallel, two family members of the assailant, from the West Bank village on Ni’lin, were detained by Israeli security forces.

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