A Palestinian worker collects charcoal in the northern West Bank village of Yabed, Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. More than a thousand Palestinian families in the village depend on charcoal production as their main source of income. The charcoal is made of citrus wood the workers say comes from Israel, and is later sold to Israelis and Palestinians for approximately 10 shekels (dollars US 2.70) per kilogram. (AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas)

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A Palestinian worker collects charcoal in the northern West Bank village of Yabed, Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. More than a thousand Palestinian families in the village depend on charcoal production as their main source of income. The charcoal is made of citrus wood the workers say comes from Israel, and is later sold to Israelis and Palestinians for approximately 10 shekels (dollars US 2.70) per kilogram. (AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas)
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A Palestinian worker collects charcoal in the northern West Bank village of Yabed, Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. More than a thousand Palestinian families in the village depend on charcoal production as their main source of income. The charcoal is made of citrus wood the workers say comes from Israel, and is later sold to Israelis and Palestinians for approximately 10 shekels (dollars US 2.70) per kilogram.

A Palestinian worker collects charcoal in the northern West Bank village of Yabed, Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. More than a thousand Palestinian families in the village depend on charcoal production as their main source of income. The charcoal is made of citrus wood the workers say comes from Israel, and is later sold to Israelis and Palestinians for approximately 10 shekels (dollars US 2.70) per kilogram. (AP Photo/Mohammed Ballas)

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