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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
The Israeli High Court of Justice has ruled that approximately 30 out of 40 kilometres of the separation fence's route in north-western Jerusalem must be changed. The court also ordered the authorities to dismantle some parts of the fence which have already been completed.
The court ruling applies to the fence's route which begins west of Makkabim-Re'ut, passes next to Mevasseret Ziyyon and ends at Giv'at Ze'ev.
Supreme Court President Aharon Baraq and judges Eliyahu Matza and Mishael Chesin ruled that, although the fence's planned route provided the greatest degree of security, it also caused grave …