Three dead in Jerusalem's bloodiest day of rising unrest

A member of Israeli security forces stands guard in front of Palestinian protesters throwing stones during clashes on October 13, 2015 in the West Bank city of BethlehemJerusalem suffered its bloodiest day yet Tuesday in a recent wave of unrest, with at least three Israelis killed as Palestinian attackers shot at a bus and another rammed a car into pedestrians. The bus attack was the first assault with a gun in Jerusalem in the two-week-old upsurge of Palestinian violence. The rising tide of violence, which has seen a series of stabbing attacks and protests, has raised fears of a full-scale third Palestinian intifada, or uprising.

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