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Israel Evacuates 2 Settler Outposts

Israeli forces evacuated two makeshift settlement outposts in the West Bank on Wednesday, a step to remove a major obstacle to peace talks with Palestinians. Police and army forces arrived at the first outpost, Harchivi, near the Palestinian town of Nablus, and the five Israelis there fled at the sight of the forces, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said. No arrests were made. At the second outpost also near Nablus, Shvut Ami, Israeli forces wrecked one of two concrete incomplete structures with a backhoe. Before the forces arrived, around 20 teenage protesters gathered at the scene, laying down barbed wire and rocks on the road and posting signs that read: “The land of Israel belongs to the people of Israel.” Full Story

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