Source: BBC News
Israel’s Supreme Court has rejected appeals against the demolition of a Bedouin village in the occupied West Bank whose fate has been a subject of international concern.
Judges upheld an order to raze Khan al-Ahmar, where about 180 people live in shacks between two Jewish settlements.
Israel’s government says the structures were built illegally, but Palestinians say permits are impossible to obtain.
An injunction against the demolition will expire within seven days.