Following the 1995 Oslo Agreement and subsequent 1997 Hebron Agreement, Hebron is currently split into two sectors, H1 controlled by the Palestinian Authority and H2 controlled by Israel. Around 120,000 Palestinians live in H1, while around 30,000 Palestinians along with around 700 Israelis remain under Israeli military control.
Turkish warplanes destroy PKK targets in northern Iraq, say military sources (Reuters)
from the article: Netanyahu calls on IDF to let settlers back into contested Hebron house
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