1929 Palestine riots - Casualties - Deaths and injuries

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Deaths and injuries According to the Shaw Report, during the week of riots from 23 to 29 August 116 Arabs and 133 Jews were killed and 232 Arabs and 198 Jews were injured and treated in hospital.

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