Rights group says 45 Palestinian olive trees uprooted near Nablus

Some 45 olive trees belonging to Palestinian farmers near the West Bank city of Nablus were ripped out of the ground in recent days, according to Israeli rights group Yesh Din.

The organization says some of the trees near the village of Burin were over 70 years old. It says heavy damage was caused to several plots.

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