West Bank Farmers Risk Death in Olive Season

This year has been one of the best in a decade for the olive crop in the West Bank. But as N.P.R.'s Jackie Northam reports, tension between settlers and Palestinian farmers leaves many trees unpicked, and those farmers who do venture out risk running into armed nervous settlers who suspect them of being terrorists.

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