Israel to ban filming its troops' interaction with Palestinians

Israel to ban filming its troops' interaction with Palestinians

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'No filming' bill 

The Israeli regime moves to ban filming its troops’ interactions with Palestinians by endorsing a bill that seeks to criminalize it. The bill would make the filming or distributing footage punishable by up to ten years behind bars. A ministerial committee which oversees legislation voted to approve the controversial proposal on Sunday. Rights groups film Israeli soldiers on duty in the occupied West Bank to expose their human rights violations.

Battle for Hudaydah

Fierce fighting rages on between Saudi-led forces and Yemeni troops, including Ansarullah fighters over the port city of Hudaydah. The Saudis and their allies have heavily bombed the city and its suburbs over the past few days. The Ansarullah and the Yemeni army have fiercely fought back. The fighting has displaced a large number of people. Villagers were forced to flee their homes when fighting in their area erupted between the two sides.

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