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Cops in riot gear storm anti-Israel ‘tent city’ on UPenn campus

Police in riot gear started dismantling an anti-Israel encampment on the University of Pennsylvania and arresting protesters early Friday after greater than two weeks of the demonstration on campus.

The officers, sporting tactical gear, gave the protesters a 2-minute warning round 6 a.m. to depart the Philadelphia campus or be topic to arrest, NBC10 reported

The officers, wearing tactical gear, gave the protesters a 2-minute warning around 6 a.m. to leave the capmus, according to reports.
The officers, sporting tactical gear, gave the protesters a 2-minute warning round 6 a.m. to depart the capmus, based on reviews.

It’s unclear what number of protesters had been detained on the encampment, which was erected 16 days in the past.

As of seven a.m., nearly all of the protesters had dispersed or been taken into custody, the outlet reported.

Six college students had beforehand been given “mandatory leaves of absence” for taking part in the protest.

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