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Israelis killed in Jerusalem bus stabbing and car ramming | World news | The Guardian

14.10.15

Israelis killed in Jerusalem bus stabbing and car ramming | World news | The Guardian: In an almost simultaneous attack in a Jewish neighbourhood of the city on Tuesday morning, an assailant rammed a car at speed into a bus stop before stabbing bystanders, killing one and injuring two others.

Footage showed those waiting at the stop thrown into the air and the driver, a man in a blue T-shirt, running from the car with what appears to be a meat cleaver and hacking at one of the people knocked down. He moved on to start attacking an older looking ultra-orthodox man before being shot by a security guard.


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