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West Bank strengthens police controls amid rise in Covid-19 cases

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West Bank, Mar 5 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Abed alHashlamoun).- The Palestinian government has strengthened police checks in the last week in the West Bank to contain a rise in Covid-19 infections. FOOTAGE OF POLICE CHECKS IN THE WEST BANK.

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