Dozens protest paving of road to settlement near Ramallah

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June 22, 2011 15:41

 
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Dozens of Palestinians demonstrated near the village of Dir Khadis west of Ramallah on Wednesday, in protest of Israeli tractors paving a road in the area, Army Radio reported.

The protesters claimed the tractors were paving a new approach road for the settlement Nili.

Demonstrators threw rocks at the tractors. IDF soldiers responded by spraying protesters with tear gas.

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