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Jerusalem violence: More clashes ahead of nationalist march

Palestinians threw stones at Israeli security forces, who fired stun grenades, according to reports.

Hundreds of Palestinians and more than 20 Israeli police have been injured in clashes over the past three days.

There are fears of more violence on Monday over the annual Jerusalem Day Flag March.

The event marks Israel's capture of East Jerusalem - home to the Old City and its holy sites - in 1967, and usually sees young Zionists walk through Muslim areas.

It is regarded by many Palestinians as a deliberate provocation.

Israeli police question PM Netanyahu in corruption probe

He was asked about "receiving benefits from business people", justice ministry officials said without giving details.

Ahead of the investigators' arrival at his residence on Monday, Mr Netanyahu restated that he was innocent.

He warned the media and political rivals that they should "hold off partying", adding: "Nothing will happen, because there is nothing."

VIDEO: Third day of clashes at Jerusalem holy site

A group of protesters had holed up inside the the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, known to Jews as Temple Mount, overnight.

The protesters threw rocks, concrete blocks and fireworks at police, but police managed to open the site for Jewish visitors.

Nearby, more Palestinian protesters gathered and police used tear gas and stun grenades to disperse them.

VIDEO: Israeli police re-enter Al-Aqsa compound

Police said Palestinians threw rocks at officers who then entered the area to ensure security and several of the protesters were arrested.