Clashes Erupt in Jerusalem as Tens of Thousands Join Flag March

Palestinian journalists blocked from entering Al-Aqsa compound, 21 detained for 'rioting' ■ Israel beefs up security presence, primes Iron Dome ■ About 45 arrested, chiefly Palestinians, on Sunday in Jerusalem as the right-wing Flag March ends

Tens of thousands of right-wing Israelis took place in the controversial Jerusalem Day Flag March in the Old City on Sunday. Last year, the event was a catalyst for the 11-day war between Israel and Gaza militants.

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