Soldiers Invade Aseera Village, Near Nablus
Dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded, late on Wednesday evening [August 29, 2013], the village of Aseera, north of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and drove around in its streets in a provocative manner, local sources have reported.
The sources said that the army did not break into homes during this invasion, and did not conduct any arrests, and that the soldiers withdrew from the village later on.
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