Israeli police, Palestinians worshippers clash at Jerusalem holy site | AFP

Israeli police and Palestinian worshippers clash at a flashpoint Jerusalem holy site as overlapping Jewish and Muslim holidays led to tensions there. Sunday marked the start of the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday and thousands of Palestinians prayed at the Al-Aqsa mosque. It coincided with the Jewish Tisha B’av holiday, which typically sees an increase in visits by Jewish religious nationalists to the holy site.

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Destruction at the Al-Aqsa TV after overnight Israeli strikes

Palestinians look at the destruction of the buildings which housed the Hamas-run television station Al-Aqsa TV and the Hamas internal security HQ after overnight Israeli air strikes which pounded alleged Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip while barrages of rockets were fired from the Palestinian enclave towards Israel.

Protesters clash with police in Jerusalem demos

Palestinians demonstrated in Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque compound and in the Old City after Friday prayers, as elsewhere in the world and Palestinian territories tens of thousands took part in fresh protests against Washington’s controversial recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Tensions in Jerusalem’s Old City after Friday prayers

The situation was tense Friday in Jerusalem’s Old City, the location of the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, the third-holiest site in Islam and where thousands typically attend the main weekly prayers, following days of protests against US President Donald Trump’s controversial recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. IMAGES

At least 3 Palestinians injured during West Bank riots

At least 3 Muslim worshippers have been wounded during clashes with Israeli police in Jerusalem. The latest violence broke out, as police tried to control a large crowd outside the al-Aqsa mosque. Access to the holy site has been a source of intense dispute over the past two weeks. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8iwh

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Violent clashes in Jerusalem: Israelis tighten security of al-Aqsa mosque

Jerusalem has been caught up in violence following the tightening of security at al-Aqsa mosque, part of the Temple Mount holy site. That’s after the killing of two border police officers last week. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8ij2

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Israel installs security camera at Jerusalem holy site

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commented Sunday during a weekly cabinet meeting after a weekend of violence left eight people dead, with fears more unrest could follow. A security camera next to the controversial metal detectors at the entrance to Al-Aqsa compound in Jerusalem was installed, following new Israeli security measures at the ultra-sensitive Jerusalem holy site.

Rubber bullets & tear gas: Up to 50 injured in clashes between Palestinians & IDF near Temple Mount

Several Palestinians were injured in a clash with Israeli police during a protest at al-Aqsa compound Tuesday evening. According to the Palestinian brance of The Red Crescent, 50 people were wounded, as well as one Israeli police officer. A number of protesters reportedly suffered rubber bullet injuries during the confrontation. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8i0n

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – October 31, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Libyan soldiers and militias battle for city of Benghazi, heightened tensions between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem, Brazil’s largest city Sao Paulo suffering worst drought in 80 years, and legal questions raised over tactics used in an FBI sting in Las Vegas,

LIBYA
Government Troops and Militias Vie For Control of Benghazi
Reports of hundreds dead over the last two weeks as pro-government forces fight to recapture the eastern city from armed Islamist groups.

ISRAEL
Tensions Continue to Rise in Jerusalem
The shooting of a hardline Jewish activist and temporary shutdown of Al-Aqsa mosque sparked mayhem across the Old City on Thursday.

BRAZIL
Severe Drought Could Push Sao Paulo to Collapse
The city only has about two weeks of drinking water supplies left thanks to the worst drought in eight decades.

U.S.A.
Questions Over Legality of FBI’s Las Vegas Sting
Men accused of international gambling operation say federal agents broke the law to collect evidence against them.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – October 14, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Israeli police clash with Palestinians at Jerusalem’s Al Aqsa mosque, Thai police find more than 100 people they suspect were trafficked from Bangladesh, Italy’s military gears up to grow medical marijuana, and a new off-road wheelchair promises to give disabled users more independence.

ISRAEL
Tensions Flare Again at Al-Aqsa Mosque​ in Jerusalem
Police prevented Palestinians from leaving after morning prayers as Jewish worshippers entered the site to celebrate the Sukkot holiday.

THAILAND
Authorities Discover Suspected Human Trafficking Victims
More than 130 people, most believed to be from Bangladesh, were found sick and exhausted in an area north of the resort island of Phuket.

ITALY
Military to Grow Medical Marijuana From 2015
The government hopes to cut costs in half by growing the plant locally.

UNITED KINGDOM
Off-Road Wheelchair Offers Greater Independence
The HexHog allows users to drive on or through terrain that the traditional electric wheelchair could never reach.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – September 26, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: man killed in Chile while handling homemade bomb, Myanmar releases more than 100 child soldiers, Israeli police restrict Palestinian access to Al Aqsa mosque, and Ferguson police chief issues apology to Michael Brown’s family.

CHILE
Failed Bomb Attack Kills Man in Santiago
A cell phone video shows the 29-year-old after the bomb exploded in his hands.

MYANMAR
Military Releases More than 100 Child Soldiers
The UN claims kids are still being recruited despite a 2012 pact to stop the practice.

ISRAEL
Police Block Palestinian Women From Entering Al Aqsa Mosque
Spokeswoman says their chanting is disruptive to tourists and Jewish visitors.

U.S.A.
Ferguson Police Chief Apologizes to Michael Brown’s Family
​Tom Jackson addresses handling of the teen’s body and the community’s distrust for law enforcement.​
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