Israel Rejects Barrier Ruling Israeli officials say they will not accept Friday's World Court ruling that the so-called separation barrier under construction on the border between Israel the West Bank should be dismantled. The decision was welcomed by Palestinian officials, who now want international action to enforce the ruling. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.
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Israel Rejects World Court Ruling on Barrier

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Israel Rejects World Court Ruling on Barrier

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Israel Rejects World Court Ruling on Barrier

Israel Rejects World Court Ruling on Barrier

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Israeli officials say they will not accept Friday's World Court ruling that the so-called separation barrier under construction on the border between Israel the West Bank should be dismantled. The decision was welcomed by Palestinian officials, who now want international action to enforce the ruling. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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