Israeli police forensic experts examine the body of one of the four Israeli soldiers killed when a Palestinian driver rammed a truck into a group of soldiers at the Jerusalem promenade on January 8, 2017. / AFP / Gali TIBBON
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At least four dead in Palestinian truck attack in JerusalemA Palestinian rammed his truck into a group of Israeli soldiers on a popular promenade in Jerusalem on Sunday, killing four of them in an attack which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said had likely been inspired by Islamic State.It was the deadliest Palestinian attack in Jerusalem in months and targeted officer cadets as they disembarked from a bus that brought them to the Armon Hanatziv promenade which has a panoramic view of the walled Old City.The military said an officer and three officer cadets were killed and that 17 others were injured. A wave of Palestinian street attacks, including vehicle rammings, has largely slowed but not stopped completely since it began in October 2015 and 37 Israelis and two visiting Americans have been killed in these assaults.
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