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PublishDate: Tuesday, December 11, 201806:01

Zionist soldiers raid official Palestinian news agency in Ramallah

AVA- Wafa news agency reported on Monday that Zionist forces had broken into its offices and searched the premises, including checking the IDs of the workers present on site. They also searched the photography and editing offices.
According to employees, Zionist forces also inspected computer servers and the building's security cameras. The troops seized the security camera footage of a nearby building.
This came after a series of fierce clashes erupted a few hundred meters from the house of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas after Zionist soldiers entered Ramallah on Monday morning.
Several were wounded as Zionist forces used live ammunition to disperse Palestinian protesters in the area. The Palestinian Red Crescent said at least two were wounded by live Zionist fire, four injured by rubber bullets and another 20 as a result of gas inhalation. 
The Palestinian Center for Development and Media Freedoms, also known as MADA, says hundreds of violations of media freedoms have been carried out by the Zionist regime since the start of the year.
Last month witnessed an escalation in the number and gravity of the attacks targeting media freedoms in Palestine in comparison with the preceding month. In November 2018, the number of attacks monitored by the MADA totalled 57 attacks, 49 of which were committed by the Zionist occupation.
In addition, the United Nations says violence and vandalism committed by Zionist settlers against Palestinians and their property have been on the rise since the beginning of the year 2018.
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on Sunday made the news in a report  published in its biweekly Protection of Civilians, comparing a weekly average of five attacks resulting in injuries with an average of three in 2017 and two in 2016.
 
 

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