Thousands take part in Palestine marathon

Thousands contest in annual event but some, including Palestinian Olympian Nader al-Masri, are barred.

    Some 3,000 athletes have taken part in the second annual Palestine International Marathon in the West Bank.

    It's only the second time the event has been held.

    But some including including Palestinian Olympian Nader al-Masri were not allowed to compete in the event.

    Al Jazeera's Atia Abawi reports from West Bank


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