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International agencies call Israeli demolition of Palestinian homes illegal

Seattle Times Monday, 22 July 2019
JERUSALEM — Israel drew sharp international rebuke Monday after its forces began demolishing a series of residential buildings in a neighborhood of East Jerusalem that, according to a 1993 agreement, is under the control of the Palestinian Authority. Hundreds of Israeli police officers and soldiers arrived in the Wadi al-Hummus neighborhood in the predawn hours […]
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News video: Clashes between Israeli soldiers and protesters near Bethlehem injure journalists

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A protest against planned demolition of Palestinian homes in the Wadi al-Hummus neighbourhood was forcibly broken up by Israeli soldiers on Saturday. A journalist was reportedly injured while others suffered from teargas inhalation. Hundreds of apartments occupied by Palestinians are due to be...

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