Stun grenades fired at Palestinian protesters marking Nakba Day

There have been violent clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians. That’s after Israeli soldiers disrupted a march being held to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Al-Nakba Day. That was when around 750,000 Palestinians were displaced, following the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. READ MORE:

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – May,21 2014

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: floods dislodge land mines left over from the Bosnian War, Egypt shuts down universities to quell protest-related violence ahead of the presidential election, a human rights group releases video which appears to show the fatal shooting of two Palestinian teenagers, and South African fruit pickers face dire working conditions in the Hex River Valley.

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Floods Dislodge Mines Left Over from the War
Experts sent to towns along the country’s overflowed rivers.

Universities to Close for Upcoming Presidential Election
Clashes between students and security forces have killed hundreds since last July.

Rights Group Says Video Shows Killing of Palestinian Teens
The two boys were reportedly shot in the heart by Israeli forces during Nakba Day protests last week.

Workers on Fruit Farms Face Harsh Conditions
Grape pickers in the Hex River Valley earn little money and work long hours.

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