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ISRAEL-BEDOUINS/EVICTION
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August 28, 2013
A Bedouin youth rides a horse in the village of al-Arakib, one of the dozens of ramshackle Bedouin Arab...
AL-ARAKIB, Israel
A Bedouin youth rides a horse in the village of al-Arakib, one of the dozens of ramshackle Bedouin Arab...
A Bedouin youth rides a horse in the village of al-Arakib, one of the dozens of ramshackle Bedouin Arab communities in the Negev desert which are not recognised by the Israeli state, in southern Israel August 18, 2013. For decades Arab Bedouins have eked out a meagre existence in the Negev desert, largely under the Israeli government's radar, but now many will have to make way for new developments. Israel has already invested around $5.6 billion to build military bases in the Negev desert and plans to build 10 new communities there. 200,000 Bedouins live in the southern desert, half in government-built townships and half in 42 "unrecognised" villages without water, electricity or sanitation. A draft law, which will likely come to a final vote after parliament returns from recess in October, will move some 40,000 Bedouins from the villages into the seven townships. Picture taken August 18, 2013. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE ANIMALS)

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