Twelve Israeli soldiers and two civilians were injured in Jerusalem on Thursday after a car slammed into them. Israeli military are treating the incident as a “terror attack,” according to an army statement.

The soldiers were performing a “military activity” near First Station — a military meeting point that is also a popular dining and shopping area in Jerusalem — when a motorist drove into them before fleeing the scene.

In a separate incident on the West Bank, a 19-year-old Palestinian was killed following clashes with Israeli troops.

More information to follow…

kp/rt (AP, AFP, Reuters)

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