Israeli police used a water cannon spraying skunk water to disperse Palestinian protesters from Damascus Gate in east Jerusalem on Thursday, the epicenter of weeks of protests and clashes with police in the run-up to the Gaza war.
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Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops clashed on Thursday following the funeral of a child believed killed by army fire the previous day in the occupied West Bank.
A Palestinian was critically injured in the violence
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Ben & Jerry’s will no longer sell ice cream in occupied Palestinian territories, saying it’s inconsistent with the values of the socially conscious brand. The ice cream company, which is owned by Unilever, has been doing business in Israel since 1987. CNN’s Hadas Gold reports from Jerusalem.
A Holocaust Memorial Exhibition, which is the first of its kind in the Arab world, has opened in Dubai. The "We Remember" exhibition showcases first-hand testimonies of Holocaust survivors and includes a section dedicated entirely to Arabs and Muslims who helped save Jews.
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The Israeli prime minister railed against a proposed coalition government to unseat him a day after the nation's domestic security chief warned of the threat of political violence. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.
The CNN anchor recalls his past reporting trips as CNN Original Series “Jerusalem: City of Faith and Fury” explores the extensive history in this venerated part of the world. Watch on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.