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Israeli riot police at journalist's funeral procession

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Israeli riot police at journalist's funeral procession

Israeli riot police at journalist's funeral procession

Recent days have seen an outpouring of grief from across the Arab world over the death of AL Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.

Large crowds attended her funeral Friday amid a heightened Israeli police presence.


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