Violent rallies in Venezuela: Anti-government protesters clash with police

Anti-government protesters clashed with police as they took to the streets of Caracas on Tuesday. The protesters reportedly planned to march to Venezuela’s Ministry of Health in the city center, but were blocked by the country’s National Guard in the Bello Monte district, where police used water cannon and tear gas to disperse the crowd.

The death toll has climbed to 49 as the deepening unrest enters its eighth week.

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RAW: Crowds gather in front of Tanta Coptic church after deadly blast

At least 25 people were killed and 78 injured in a bomb explosion inside a church in Egypt’s Tanta, north of Cairo, Reuters reports, citing Egypt’s Ministry of Health.
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One Doctor for 200 Emergency Patients (Excerpt from ‘Doctors in Baghdad’)

According to the medical journal the Lancet, more than 2,000 doctors have been killed in Iraq since 2003. Ever-present violence in the country affects everyone, but when patients die while under medical care, doctors face the added dangers of kidnapping, robbery, and revenge killings at the hands of bereaved families.

The Iraqi government’s fight against the Islamic State has diverted resources from the Ministry of Health to the war effort, and doctors say the country’s medical facilities are inadequate for its growing population. The situation is prompting medical professionals to leave Iraq, making things even worse.

In this excerpt, Farouq Ali, a pediatrician in Baghdad, explains some of the problems Iraqi doctors face, from budget cuts to becoming targets of revenge by bereaved families.

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A Dangerous Occupation: Doctors in Baghdad

According to the medical journal the Lancet, more than 2,000 doctors have been killed in Iraq since 2003. Ever-present violence in the country affects everyone, but when patients die while under medical care, doctors face the added dangers of kidnapping, robbery, and revenge killings at the hands of bereaved families.

The Iraqi government’s fight against the Islamic State has diverted resources from the Ministry of Health to the war effort, and doctors say the country’s medical facilities are inadequate for its growing population. The situation is prompting medical professionals to leave Iraq, making things even worse.

VICE News spoke with doctors at two Baghdad hospitals about the challenges they face, and about promises from the US to rebuild Iraq’s health system.

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Doctors in Baghdad (Trailer)

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According to the medical journal the Lancet, more than 2,000 doctors have been killed in Iraq since 2003. Ever-present violence in the country affects everyone, but when patients die while under medical care, doctors face the added dangers of kidnapping, robbery, and revenge killings at the hands of bereaved families.

The Iraqi government’s fight against the Islamic State has diverted resources from the Ministry of Health to the war effort, and doctors say the country’s medical facilities are inadequate for its growing population. The situation is prompting medical professionals to leave Iraq, making things even worse.

VICE News spoke with doctors at two Baghdad hospitals about the challenges they face, and about promises from the US to rebuild Iraq’s health system.

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Read “15 Killed In Baghdad Hotel Bombings” – http://bit.ly/1QhvNUk

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Medical Response to Ebola Outbreak: This Just in

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Doctors Without Borders is working to combat the deadly Ebola outbreak that has raged in Guinea over the past two months. There are about 60 international Doctors Without Borders staff members in Conakry, Gueckedou and Macenta that are working alongside additional Guinean medical workers. According to Guinea’s Ministry of Health, there have been at least 134 suspected cases and 84 deaths, with additional cases reported in neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia.

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