Car crashes into barricade near Israel embassy in Tokyo, reports local media

Car crashes into barricade near Israel embassy in Tokyo, reports local media
Car crashes into barricade near Israel embassy in Tokyo, reports local media

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A car crashed into a barricade near the entrance of the Israeli embassy in Tokyo on Thursday and a man in his 50s was detained on the spot, local media reported. — Reuters pic

TOKYO, Nov 16 — A car crashed into a barricade near the entrance of the Israeli embassy in Tokyo on Thursday and a man in his 50s was detained on the spot, local media reported.

One police officer was injured, Fuji TV said.

An official at the Israeli embassy said the matter was under police investigation and declined further comment. A police spokesperson said they were unable to comment at this moment.

Police officers blocked the area around where a black car with damage to its front headlights and panel appeared to have crashed, while the road was strewn with debris, according to a Reuters witness on the scene. The car’s number plate was from Tama, western Tokyo.

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Several pro-Palestinian demonstrations have been held outside Israeli embassies around the world in recent weeks, including in Tokyo, in protest against Israel’s bombardment of the Gaza Strip.

A month ago, shortly after Israel began its bombardment of Gaza in retaliation for October 7 attacks by Hamas militants on southern Israel, a group of pro-Palestinian protesters faced off with police outside the Israeli embassy in Tokyo.

Around the same time, a staffer at the Israeli embassy in Beijing was assaulted on the street and hospitalised. — Reuters

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