Police in Pennsylvania say a protester was stabbed during a demonstration over unrest in Syria.
Allentown police say a group opposing the reign of Syrian President Bashar Assad organized a protest Sunday afternoon. The Morning Call of Allentown reports a group of counter protesters also showed up and the two groups began shouting at each other.
One protester was injured in a subsequent altercation. Another protester was taken into custody.
Police Capt. Stephen Mould says it’s unclear which sides the perpetrator and victim were on.
Authorities did not identify either protester.