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'Bomb-making' factory found in Israel

Israel’s security service, Shin Bet, says it has arrested three Israeli Arabs after the discovery of an explosives laboratory – the first to be found inside Israel. The Shin Bet said in a statement that the three men, from the town of Jaljulya near the West Bank, were detained on suspicion of planning bomb attacks on behalf of the militant Palestinian group, Islamic Jihad. The group claimed responsibility for Sunday’s attack in the Israeli coastal town of Netanya, in which a suicide bomber blew himself up and injured up to 30 people. However, the three suspects had no connection with the Netanya attack, according to Israeli officials. Defence attorney Ihab Galgoly told the Reuters news agency that the arrests had been made three weeks ago and that indictments were expected on Thursday. Full Story

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