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100 Palestinian protesters injured by Israeli soldiers in West Bank: medics

At least 100 Palestinian protesters were injured on Wednesday in clashes with Israeli soldiers near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, Palestinian medics and eyewitnesses said.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said in a statement that 100 Palestinians were injured by Israeli soldiers in clashes with Israeli soldiers in the villages of Beita and Huwara near Nablus.

The statement added that ten were shot, including nine with rubber-coated metal bullets and 90 others suffered suffocation after inhaling teargas fired by the soldiers to disperse the protesters.

Eyewitnesses in the two villages told Xinhua that dozens of Palestinian protesters took to the streets, burned tires and threw stones at Israeli soldiers who fired teargas and gunshots to disperse them.

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