A US teenager who was allegedly beaten while in the custody of Israeli border police has been released on bail today.
Tariq Abu Khdeir, the cousin of a murdered Palestinian boy, appeared with bruises under his eyes and above his lip as he was released without charge following a court appearance.
The 15-year-old told reporters he was "feeling better".
Khdeir was detained during violent protests in Shuafat, east Jerusalem, on Thursday.
His parents were ordered to pay a 3,000 shekel (£511) bail and he is now forbidden from visiting the town where he was arrested, NBC News reported.
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