Israeli troops detain AP photographer

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Israeli troops detain AP photographer

In this Saturday Feb. 9, 2013 photo, Israeli security detain The Associated Press photographer Nasser Shiyoukhi during a Palestinian protest in Yatta, West Bank. Israeli troops detained Shiyoukhi handcuffing him and forcing him to sit on the ground without food or water or access to a bathroom for roughly five hours, according to witness accounts. Shiyoukhi was released without charge after Saturday’s incident. (AP Photo)

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