Car rams into Israeli Embassy in Tokyo

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TOKYO, Nov 16 (News On Japan) - A car crashed into the barricades near the Israeli Embassy in Tokyo on Thursday morning, injuring a police officer.

Just before 11 AM, in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, a car rammed into the barricades near the Israeli Embassy.

A police officer was reported to have broken bones his left hand.

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