March 12 UPDATE:
In response to communication from CAMERA, AFP corrected its piece so that it now accurately reports that four Palestinians "were later charged with planting the roadside bomb as members of the banned Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. See below for a detailed update.
A March 5 Agence France Presse article on the demolition of the homes of two Palestinians indicted for the fatal bombing attack which killed 16-year-old Israeli Rina Shnerb falsely reported that the suspects had not been charged ("Israel razes homes of Palestinian bombing suspects"). The AFP reported that following the Aug. 23, 2019 attack, near the Jewish community of Dolev in the West Bank:
Four men were subsequently rounded up, accused of planting the roadside bomb as members of the banned Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. They have not been charged.
For additional information, see also "NGO Officials Alleged Terror Activities, Arrests, and Affiliations," by NGO Monitor