Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rebuffed Justin Trudeau's call for an global investigation into deadly clashes at Gaza's border but pledged to get to the bottom on the sniper shooting of a Canadian-Palestinian doctor.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, participated in the meeting of the Council of the Arab League in its extraordinary session, held at the level of Foreign Ministers in Cairo, Arab Republic of Egypt, today to look into the developments in the State of Palestine.
At least 63 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip were killed and about 2,800 wounded over the past three days in confrontations between Israeli forces and Palestinian protesters against moving the US embassy to Jerusalem, the city the Palestinians want its eastern part as the capital of their future state.
Meanwhile, his domestic Hamas rivals in Gaza have emerged without tangible achievements from weekly border protests in which more than 100 Palestinians were killed and hundreds wounded by Israeli fire since late March.More news: No Man's Sky is coming to Xbox One in July with multiplayer
She pledged that the United Nations will continue to support Israelis and Palestinians on the road to peace by helping them to take the historic steps to achieve a solution of two states living side by side in peace within secure and recognized borders, "with Jerusalem as the capital of both".
Shame on the governments of 12 African countries who participated in Israel's celebrations of the US embassy's move to Jerusalem-Nigeria, Tanzania, Rwanda, Kenya, Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Angola, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Zambia. Palestinians were protesting against the tyranny of Israel and this action.
It brings together Palestinian, Israeli and worldwide experts, as well as representatives of the diplomatic community and civil society, to discuss how a lasting settlement can be brought about. The overnight raid by Israel came after it said gunfire from Gaza targeted its soldiers and damaged a house.
We thank our Western Hemisphere partner for joining us in recognizing Israel's capital and encourage additional moves.More news: GOP pushes for speedy confirmation vote for Central Intelligence Agency nominee
Mr Erdogan, who also announced plans for a pro-Palestinian rally, has exchanged bitter accusations with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling Israel an "apartheid state" and ordering the country's ambassador to Turkey to leave.
For the past few weeks, Hamas, the terrorist group that also doubles as the government of the Gaza Strip, helped fuel violent protests along the Israeli border.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the loss of lives in the recent Israel- Palestine clashes in Gaza.
Israel accuses Hamas, with whom it has fought three wars since 2008, of seeking to use the demonstrations as cover for violence.More news: Lachlan Murdoch to serve as chairman, CEO of New Fox
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