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20 Palestinians killed in recent Al-Aqsa violence: NGO

5.8.17 // 20 Palestinians killed in recent Al-Aqsa violence: NGO: RAMALLAH, Palestine

At least 20 Palestinians were killed, including five children, during a recent uptick in Israeli-Palestinian violence triggered by events related to Jerusalem’s flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque complex, according to a Palestinian NGO.

In a Friday report, the Abdullah al-Hourani Center for Research and Documentation (run by the Palestine Liberation Organization) stated that 20 Palestinians -- from the West Bank, Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip -- had lost their lives during a flare-up of violence that first began in mid-July.

According to the same report, a total of 63 Palestinians -- including 15 children -- had been killed by Israeli forces since the beginning of this year.

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