Czech police find weapons at Palestinian mission

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By Jan Lopatka

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PRAGUE (Reuters) – Czech investigators found unregistered weapons at the Palestinian diplomatic mission in Prague, police said on Thursday, a day after the ambassador was killed in a mysterious explosion after opening a safe.

The Czech foreign ministry said it was concerned by the discovery, which it called a possible breach of diplomatic rules, and would demand an explanation.

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7 Replies to “Czech police find weapons at Palestinian mission”

  1. Afghanistan shooting: Yalda Waziri killed in Herat (BBC, Jan 2, 2013)
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-25574213

    “Gunmen in Afghanistan have killed a senior female official in the western city of Herat, police say.

    Yalda Waziri, who was 25, worked for the local government.

    She was shot in the head by two unknown attackers on a motorbike as she left her office in the city centre and died at the scene.

    Ms Waziri is the latest in a number of senior female officials to be killed in recent months. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for her murder.”

  2. Palestine Prague envoy ‘mishandled bomb’

    A CACHE of automatic weapons was discovered at the residence of the Palestinian ambassador to Prague after he was killed by an explosion, turning the bizarre accident into a full-blown diplomatic incident. The unregistered weapons, said to include assault rifles, could have armed a 10-man combat unit, according to reports.

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/palestine-prague-envoy-mishandled-bomb/story-fnb64oi6-1226794494517

  3. Prague- Suchdol mayor: Palestinians not welcome

    Prague, Jan 3 Palestine’s embassy should move away from Prague-Suchdol because diplomats illegally kept arms and explosives in the embassy’s future seat, violating both Czech and international law, Prague-Suchdol Mayor Petr Hejl said today.

    First Deputy Foreign Minister Ji?í Schneider told Hejl today that he shares the fears of the city neighborhood

    The embassy’s spokesman denied the original information from the Palestinians who said the explosive was part of safe-deposits’ security mechanism.

    According to unconfirmed information, up to 70 quick-firing rifles were revealed.

    They are now trying to find out how the weapons got to the embassy.

    http://www.praguepost.com/prague-news/34228-suchdol-mayor-palestinians-not-welcome

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