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19th century docs used to evict Palestinians

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19th century docs used to evict Palestinians

19th century docs used to evict Palestinians

Dozens of Palestinians living in a sensitive part of East Jerusalem are at risk of eviction after Israeli court rulings that their homes are built on land belonging to Jewish settlers, the European Union says.

Emily Wither reports.


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