Nehida Bne Menneh stands amid the rubble of her home in a small Palestinian herding camp in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. It was destroyed for being in an area Israel long ago declared a closed military zone. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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Palestinian Herders Pick Up The Pieces After Homes Destroyed

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Palestinians protest in the center of the West Bank city of Ramallah against the continuation of negotiations with Israel, and demand that Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas not meet with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Jan. 15, 2014. Abbas Momani/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Freed Palestinian prisoner Omar Masoud served 20 years of a minimum 90-year sentence for killing Ian Feinberg, an Israeli, in 1993. Israel freed Masoud in October as part of a political deal to restart peace negotiations with the Palestinians. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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What Israel's Release Of Palestinian Prisoners Means For Peace

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A salesman at Ferster Quality Hats in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood Mea Shearim suggests rabbit felt hats made in Hungary for around $200. Twice the price of made-in-China, but he says they last much longer. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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Frustrated Documentary Maker Opens Cafe In West Bank

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Shavit's 'My Promised Land Examines Israel's Complexities

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A Palestinian family poses for pictures by the creche in Bethlehem's Manger Square. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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In Little Town Of Bethlehem, U.S. Aid On Display At Christmas Market

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Israeli Startup Offers Kids Social Media Training Wheels

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Floods Drive Thousands From Gazan Homes

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Assessing The Fallout From A Hezbollah Commander's Death

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David Harris-Gershon wrote a book about meeting Mohammad Odeh's family, What Do You Buy the Children of the Terrorist who Tried to Kill Your Wife? Larry Roberts/Post-Gazette hide caption

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Husband Finding Peace After A Terrorist Attack

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