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All right let's move to the Middle East where there is new violence since thousands of Palestinians gather to mark knock box.
An annual day of protests marking the Israeli declaration of independence in 1948.
Cleveland -- it is streaming live from the West Bank.
So -- what do you see in this day.
-- that it's really been a long day of violence here all over the West Bank especially where were radical idea checkpoint.
Go ahead and check it out as we look down on the battlefield if you will you see a number of Israeli soldiers up on that -- they're trying to drive back.
The Palestinian rock throwers you also see where the Palestinian tactics.
A large tire fire there that's to put up a big smoke barrage that the Israeli snipers he would see what they're -- -- This is the Palestinian you can play.
-- Yes it's coming in from the Israeli soldiers.
I hear what they call the -- that day which translates into the catastrophe -- what that.
Palestinians call the creation of the state of the 64 years ago -- since.
Of the battle situation out here this is what the tear gas comes in in what -- these grenade -- fired from an -- sixteen.
And this is what the Palestinians are throwing back the -- What -- these rocks hits you in the head -- in the arm thrown -- -- they can -- an awful lot in the Israeli didn't try to.
Keep things comedy anger in the West Bank continues to heat up.
-- -- -- -- -- But they'll have nothing to do you know we don't have guns and go and anything else -- -- my contract have you could say.
The Israelis are now closed the collide you checkpoint because in this suspicious package they say that's been put.
On the wall they think it may be a bomb of some type it there you have them bomb squad robot that I'm not expected.
Robots output but they -- -- explosive device into the bulldozer they did an -- -- they feel safe without having that drive off.
With this device.
Meantime of course Israeli soldiers are still trying to push the Palestinians back to keep them from throwing rocks.
Right now at some of the Israeli soldiers are finally able to take a break here from fifteenth annual day of rock but -- -- -- All the rocks they came in on this position in it one point we're getting pelted pretty bad -- now been told.
By the Israeli military that indeed was what they call an improvised grenades it was put up there a -- had it gone off next to somebody -- soldier even a civilian most likely.
Would have filled the mark that as we toss it back to you in New York these.
Playing days of violence are certainly significant in the sense.
That the Palestinians if they want to.
Can use them to Begin to launch more and more protests -- as we head into the summer there's a lot of people saying that there's enough anger here on the West Bank.
To launch something like a third Intifada where we see that kind of popular resistance rock throwing and protests that we had back in the 1980s back -- -- Lot of anger indeed.
Leland thank you very much -- better.
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