Palestinian Bedouins check a torched tent in Ein Samiya, a village in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, on August 13, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ABBAS MOMANI
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The U.N. envoy to the Middle East expressed concern Monday that Israel has not yet apprehended Jewish extremists suspected in a July arson attack on a Palestinian family's home that claimed the lives of a toddler and his parents.The attack drew widespread condemnation and Israel pledged to get tougher on Jewish extremists in the West Bank suspected in attacks on Palestinians and their property.On Monday, Israeli police announced that two Israeli settler activists, an 18-year-old and a minor, were indicted on suspicion of setting fire to a Bedouin Arab tent in the West Bank last month to protest Israeli actions to round up Jewish extremists.
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