Nine cars caught fire in the UN compound in Jerusalem, according to a report in Times of Israel.
In the Armon HaNatziv neighborhood, firefighting crews battled the fire inside the UN compound that burned up between four to nine cars.
The fire department believes the fires were started by sparks from bonfires in a nearby field.
Firefighters have been battling Lag B’Omer fires all over the country since yesterday.
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