Israel legalises status of 4,000 Palestinians in occupied West Bank

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The Israeli government has legalised the status of 4,000 Palestinians living in the occupied West Bank.

Many of them were undocumented, meaning they had been separated from their families since Israel controls all access to the area.

Al Jazeera’s Nida Ibrahim reports from occupied West Bank.

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