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Palestinian officials arrive in Prague to follow investigation

Jan. 4, 2014 11:54 A.M. (Updated: Jan. 5, 2014 11:20 A.M.)
PRAGUE (Ma'an) -- A delegation from the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has arrived in Prague to follow ongoing investigations into the Jan. 1 death of the Palestinian ambassador to Czech Republic.

The Dutch deputy foreign minister updated Undersecretary to the Palestinian Foreign Ministry Taayseer Jaradat and his delegation regarding recent findings on Jamal al-Jamal's death, a statement from the Palestinian embassy in the Czech Republic said.

Jaradat thanked the Czech authorities for their "professional approach of handling the issue."

Al-Jamal, 56, suffered lethal injuries to his head, chest and stomach in a mysterious blast on Wednesday at the new Palestinian residence and embassy complex when he was handling a safe.
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