Israeli border guards check a car on March 10, 2016 in the West Bank village of Haja, near the town of Qalqilya, two days after a Palestinian from this village went on a stabbing spree along the Tel Aviv waterfront. / AFP / JAAFAR ASHTIYEH
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Israeli forces Friday raided the Ramallah offices of a Palestinian television station accused of inciting violence, the security services said, after the government approved new measures to combat unrest.Since Oct. 1, a wave of violence has killed 188 Palestinians, 28 Israelis, two Americans, an Eritrean and a Sudanese, according to an AFP count.Israel blames incitement by Palestinian leaders and media as a main cause of the current violence.In November, Israel shut down two radio stations in the flashpoint West Bank city of Hebron – Al-Hurria and Al-Khalil – accusing them of fanning the violence.Israel has increased its efforts against unauthorized Palestinian laborers, arresting more than 400 workers and dozens of their Israeli employers over the past two days, police said.
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