PM convenes top security officials after two separate terror attacks Monday, in Tel Aviv and in West Bank, left two dead.
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Officers provide their version of events; security video to be collected and ballistics tests to be conducted.
Police insist that officers' lives were in danger when the man attacked a police car with a knife, but footage indicates officers may not have followed protocol.
Another vehicular terrorist attack is believed to have taken place in Gush Etzion, hours after attack in Jerusalem in which one was killed, 13 wounded.
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Police insist the suspect who escaped Saturday afternoon is not a public threat, despite recommending that he should be held in custody until the end of legal proceedings against him.
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Police cyber-unit inquiry showed he hacked firms, threatened to disclose data if they didn’t pay ransom totaling $530,000.