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OCHA: Protection of Civilians Weekly Report 25 – 31 July

OCHA: Protection of Civilians Weekly Report 25 – 31 July 2012

August 4, 20120 comments

Weekly Report
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)

Israeli forces kill a Palestinian and injure over 60 others throughout the West Bank. Also in the West Bank, settlers injure three Palestinians and damage 90 olive trees and saplings. Significant decline in demolitions. Another community in south Hebron at risk of forced displacement. Update on access to East Jerusalem, and new closures installed in Hebron. In Gaza, Israeli forces injure one farmer. A steady improvement in power production continues. Local authorities demolish around 200 residences to reclaim state land.

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