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EU Calls for Investigation Into Death of Palestinian Child in West Bank / Sputnik International

3.8.15

EU Calls for Investigation Into Death of Palestinian Child in West Bank / Sputnik International: The service expressed its condolences to the family who suffered the attack and called on Israel to take immediate action to protect the inhabitants of the area.

The conflict in the region started in 1967 when Israel occupied the territories of the West Bank and Gaza Strip in the Six-Day War. Israel continues to build settlements there despite the majority of the international community, including the European Union, not recognizing the occupied territories as legally belonging to Israel. Palestinians seek the creation of an independent state on the territories of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip.


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