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A Palestinian family sit next to the remains of their home after it was demolished by Israeli bulldozers in a disputed military zone in the area of Musafir Jenbah, which includes several villages, south of the West Bank town of Hebron on February 2, 2016. (AFP)


Palestinian
Palestinian children search for toys in the remains of their home after it was demolished by Israeli bulldozers in a disputed military zone in the area of Musafir Jenbah, which includes several villages, south of the West Bank town of Hebron on February 2, 2016. (AFP)


Palestinian
A Palestinian woman sits holding a child next to items salvaged from the remains of their home after it was demolished by Israeli bulldozers in a disputed military zone in the area of Musafir Jenbah, which includes several villages, south of the West Bank town of Hebron on February 2, 2016. (AFP)





Palestinian
Israeli soldiers put up a checkpoint as they demolish several Palestinian homes in the area of Musafir Jenbah, which includes several villages, in a disputed military zone south of the West Bank town of Hebron on February 2, 2016. (AFP)





Palestinian
Palestinians search for salvageable belongings from the remains of their home after it was demolished by Israeli bulldozers in a disputed military zone in the area of Musafir Jenbah, which includes several villages, south of the West Bank town of Hebron on February 2, 2016. (AFP)

Palestinian
A Palestinian woman sits next to the remains of her home after it was demolished by Israeli bulldozers in a disputed military zone in the area of Musafir Jenbah, which includes several villages, south of the West Bank town of Hebron on February 2, 2016. (AFP)





Palestinian
A Palestinian girl searches for toys in the remains of her home after it was demolished by Israeli bulldozers in a disputed military zone in the area of Musafir Jenbah, which includes several villages, south of the West Bank town of Hebron on February 2, 2016. (AFP)





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