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JERUSALEM, June 13 (Xinhua) -- The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) eased restrictions imposed on a Palestinian village in the West Bank last week, after two of its residents carried a shooting attack killing four Israelis, Israeli media reported on Monday.


The IDF imposed a siege on Yatta, a Palestinian village in the southern West Bank, on Wednesday night, after two Palestinian cousins from the village shot and killed four Israelis and wounded five others at a popular Tel Aviv restaurant and retail center.


It has been one of the deadliest attacks in the current wave of violence between Israelis and Palestinians, which started in October and had since claimed the lives of 32 Israelis and 205 Palestinians.


Palestinian residents can come into the Yatta village and leave after being inspected by soldiers, unless they are between the ages of 15 and 25, the Walla! news website reported on Monday.


Shortly after Wednesday's attack, Israeli soldiers mapped out houses of the attackers, in a first step in the controversial procedure of demolishing homes, which Israeli believes may deter future attackers. They also carried out raids and made arrests in the village.


The easing of the siege on Yatta took place just as a general closure imposed on Palestinians in the West Bank in the past few days has been lifted. The Israeli defense establishment ordered the closure ahead of the Jewish Shavuot holiday, celebrated on Saturday and Sunday.


While the closure was declared amid a slew of other measures in response to the attack, it is customary for Israel to impose closures on the Palestinian territories during Jewish holidays.


Other measures Israel ordered after the attack included suspending more than 83,000 permits allowing Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza Strip to travel into Israel, to meet their families and pray in Jerusalem, amid the month-long Muslim holiday of the Ramadan.


The Israeli military also announced the addition of two battalions to a local division in the West Bank, and revoked working permits from 204 family members of the attackers. Several ministers also suggested not to return bodies of attackers who were killed to their families, and expedite the controversial process of home demolition.


The U.S. administration last week warned Israel in an unusual statement against punishing the entire Palestinian community who try to ""go about their daily lives"" for the heinous attack.


Israel occupied the West Bank, east Jerusalem and Gaza Strip territories in the 1967 Mideast War.


Israeli leaders accuse the Palestinian Authority of inciting violence amid the wave of unrest, whereas the Palestinians say it is the result of 49 years of Israeli occupation of lands on which they wish to establish a Palestinian state.



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by Christine Lagat


NAIROBI, Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- Eunice Khavesa had big plans for her young family and like many Kenyan mothers. Her daily preoccupation was to ensure her husband and children enjoyed peace and serenity in their small flat in Nairobi.


The mother of two dutifully ensured that her husband was groomed before heading to work and kept close tabs on her children's school work.


Khavesa harbored no premonition of a looming tragedy until Sept. 21, 2013, when a phone call marked the beginning of a long and torturous journey of widowhood.


An accomplished multi-tasker, Khavesa was attending to household chores while supervising her children's homework when tragic news of her husband's demise at the Westgate mall attack was relayed through her phone.


"I will never forget the events of one hot Saturday afternoon when the news of my husband's death broke. My world sank as I struggled to come to terms with the loss of a bread winner, a diligent husband, friend and father to my children," Khavesa told Xinhua during a phone interview in Nairobi on Saturday.


The widow of Maurice Adembetsa, a manager at a security company who died during the terrorist attack at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, is still haunted by painful loss of her husband.


Adembetsa died under a hail of bullets as gunmen raided the upscale Westgate mall on the afternoon of Sept. 21, 2013.


The security manager was among the few brave individuals who responded promptly during the initial stages of the Westgate siege by heavily armed terrorists.


His death sank the hopes and dreams of a young family into the abyss.


Based on Khavesa's confession, the void left by her husband's death is still gaping and every day is a nightmare as the children keeps on enquiring where their father disappeared to.


"My children are aged nine and seven years, and it has been difficult to explain what happened to a father whom they cherished. Besides the pain of loss, we are also struggling to makes ends meet," said Khavesa.


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