The incorporation of new data from Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Negotiations Affairs Department news sources adds valuable nuance and detail to specific types of events in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. Approximately 1,400 existing events have been updated with new information, while more than 12,000 new events have been added to the dataset. These events are mostly mob violence incidents and strategic developments (e.g. warning shots along the border or at sea; destruction of olive groves or bulldozing of homes; land seizures; etc.) covering the period of 2018 to the present.
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Regions: Middle East