Israeli firemen work outside a building that houses Israeli rights group B'Tselem office after a fire broke out on January 10, 2016 in Jerusalem. (AFP / MENAHEM KAHANA)
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A fire at the office of an Israeli NGO that champions human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories led to suspicions of arson Monday, but was later attributed to a suspected electrical fault.The blaze extensively damaged the Jerusalem office of the group B'Tselem, though there were no injuries as the premises were empty at the time, a spokeswoman for the NGO said in a statement. Windows were smashed along the right side of the building where B'Tselem's offices are located, while other areas appeared to have sustained little damage.
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