New Zealand statement on Gaza deaths 'regrettable' - Israel Embassy

Israel killed 60 Palestinians during protests on the Gaza border as the US relocated its embassy from Tel Aviv to JerusalemMore

Tens of thousands have protested along Gaza's border with Israel since March 30 calling for Palestinian refugees to be able to return to their homes now inside Israel.

Bardawil did not elaborate on whether the 50 were fighters or associates, and his number could not be verified.

There should be - and could be - a peaceful and productive relationship between Gaza, Israel, and Egypt.

The summit will discuss the latest serious developments in Palestine, notably the transfer of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and the Israeli massacre of unarmed civilians in Gaza Strip, QNA reported.

- Condemning the widespread systematic crimes committed by the Israeli occupation forces against the unarmed Palestinian civilians as war crimes and crimes against humanity under global humanitarian law and the worldwide human rights law.

The call from the Israeli leader was prompted after Mr. Trudeau issued a statement on Wednesday, deploring Israel's use of live ammunition against Palestinian protesters.

It said the raids were in response to the "heavy machine gun fire that targeted the city of Sderot and the numerous shooting attacks that targeted IDF soldiers throughout the day".

As protests die down on the Israel-Gaza border where dozens of Palestinians were killed by Israeli gunfire this week, Reuters' Emily Wither speaks to some of the two million people facing crippling unemployment and blockade in the narrow strip.

Earlier this week, Kuwait's UN Ambassador Mansour Otaibi said he would call for a multilateral force to be deployed in Gaza for the "protection of Palestinian civilians", though he added "we're not talking about peacekeeping".

He also suggested that members of the Arab League summon U.S. ambassadors "to remind them of the Arab rejection" of the USA move, which was made despite near universal consensus that the final status of the city should be decided in a final peace settlement between the Palestinians and Israel.

The Egyptian official "made unequivocally clear to him [Haniyeh] that if this continues, Israel will respond and take far harsher steps, and Egypt will stand by and will not help", Katz told Israel Radio in an interview.

Leaders from around the world have signed "Our Hope for Peace" - including NRB's president & CEO, Dr.

"Today, we follow through on this recognition and open our embassy in the historic and sacred land of Jerusalem".

Prosecutors are doing preliminary examinations, the source said.