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Israeli doctors stage unprecedented walkout

Israeli doctors, in an unprecedented strike for higher pay, walked out of the country's hospitals. The 8,500 doctors employed in government and private hospitals are demanding a 100 percent pay hike. The Israel Medical Association claims hospital-employed doctors earn the equivalent of $445 a month.

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