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A Palestinian man identified by a Turkish news agency as Nadim Injaz gestures through the window of the Turkish embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010. A Palestinian took hostages in the Turkish Embassy in Tel Aviv Tuesday after shots were fired outside, Israeli police and a Foreign Ministry official said, in an incident that appeared to have only an indirect link to recent tensions between the two countries.(AP Photo/Eli Dassa)
Photo by: Eli Dassa
A Palestinian man identified by a Turkish news agency as Nadim Injaz gestures through the window of the Turkish embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tuesday, Aug. 17, 2010. A Palestinian took hostages in the Turkish Embassy in Tel Aviv Tuesday after shots were fired outside, Israeli police and a Foreign Ministry official said, in an incident that appeared to have only an indirect link to recent tensions between the two countries.(AP Photo/Eli Dassa)

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