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Israel's youth voice frustration over economy
A tent city sprawls through Tel Aviv, as youth continue to protest against rising cost of living.
Last Modified: 09 Aug 2011 19:48


Protests in Israel have extended into their third week and the tent city continues to sprawl through one of Tel Aviv's main boulevards.

Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, has set up a special committee to discuss the sit ins, yet the protests show no sign of abating.

Israel's younger generations are voicing their frustration over their socio-economic future.

Al Jazeera's Cal Perry reports from Tel Aviv.

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