Israeli security forces and emergency personnel give treatment to the Israeli victim of a Palestinian stabbing attack in Jerusalem on October 30, 2015. AFP PHOTO / AHMAD GHARABLI
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Knife-wielding Palestinians attacked Israelis in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank on Friday and police said they had shot dead two assailants, in a further wave of violence spurred partly by tensions over a Jerusalem holy site.Four people, including another Palestinian assailant, were wounded in the incidents at an Israeli paramilitary police checkpoint outside the West Bank city of Nablus and at a tram station in East Jerusalem, ambulance officials said.Since the latest unrest began on Oct. 1, at least 64 Palestinians have been shot dead by Israelis.In the second incident, police shot dead a Palestinian after he carried out a knife attack at a tram station near Jerusalem's Old City, medical officials and police said.They said two people, believed to be Israelis, were wounded in the incident.
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