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Nabi Saleh, the West Bank town holding protests since 2009

By: Eve IRVINE Follow | Jeanne LAVENANT | Joanna COCKERELL | Stéphanie CHEVAL
1 min

This week, our reporter Gallagher Fenwick heads to one town in the West Bank famous for its weekly demonstrations in which locals face off with Israeli soldiers. The small Palestinian town of Nabi Saleh has been holding protests over Israeli settlements since 2009.


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