VICE News Daily: Will A New Law Restrict Aid Efforts In South Sudan?

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Health workers protest in Greece, Japanese aquariums won't buy dolphins from Taiji, concern over how a new law will affect humanitarian operations in South Sudan, and a short-lived plan to segregate Palestinians and Israelis traveling on buses to and from the West Bank.

Protesters Join Striking Doctors and Nurses in Athens
Unions are calling on the government to make good on its promise to increase health care spending.

Aquariums Vote Against Buying Taiji Dolphins
The world's leading zoo organization had threatened to expel its Japanese members for maintaining ties with the town, which holds a controversial dolphin hunt every year.

Aid Groups Concerned With Implications of New Law
The bill limits the number of foreign workers NGOs are permitted to hire as staff.

Government Drops Plans for Segregated Buses
Human rights groups and many politicians said placing Palestinians coming in for work on separate buses than Israelis was racist and humiliating.

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