U.S. Citizens Among Injured In Jerusalem Deadly Terror Attack

Palestinians behind terror attack, Israel police say
A woman mourner reacts during the funeral of Aryeh Schupak, 15, an Israeli-Canadian killed in an attack on a bus stop in Jerusalem on November 23, 2022. - Explosions hit two bus stops in Jerusalem on November 23, killing a teen and wounding 14, in unclaimed attacks cheered by Palestinian militant group Hamas. The first bombings to hit Jerusalem since 2016, according to security officials, targeted an area frequented by ultra-Orthodox Jews at the western exit from Jerusalem. (Photo by Menahem KAHANA / AFP) (Photo by MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP via Getty Images)

At a glance

  • Two U.S. citizens were injured in explosions at Jersusalem bus stops during the rush hour commute Wednesday morning, the U.S. Ambassador to Israel said.
  • At least 18 victims were hurt in a pair of explosions at two Jerusalem bus stops and a Canadian-Israeli teenager was killed.
  • Israeli police have said Palestinians were behind the attacks.

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