A Bedouin Palestinian shepherd tends to his herd on a hill in the Judean desert near the Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar in the Israeli occupied West Bank, Sept. 16, 2018. (AFP/Thomas Coex)
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Israeli authorities Sunday issued a notice to residents of a Bedouin village in a strategic spot in the occupied West Bank informing them they have until the end of the month to leave.Israel says the village was built without the proper permits, though it is extremely difficult for Palestinians to receive such permission in that part of the West Bank.The notice, given Sunday to the some 200 residents of Khan al-Ahmar, says they have until the end of the month to demolish the village themselves.Village residents vowed not to leave despite the notice.
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