Canadian physician Tarek Loubani shot in leg near Gaza border

A sign in South Jerusalem not far from the new U.S

A sign in South Jerusalem not far from the new U.S

Israeli forces killed at least 62 Palestinians during protests near the Gaza fence on the eve of the 70th anniversary of the Nakba Day (the Day of Catastrophe), which coincided this year with the relocation of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied city of Jerusalem al-Quds.

Protests and sporadic violence flared again on the Gaza border on Tuesday, though they were far fewer in number than the previous day, with two Palestinians killed by Israeli fire, Gaza's health ministry said.

Trudeau has called for an investigation to see whether there was any incitement, violence and the use of force.

Loubani said his team's 3D-printed tourniquet could be manufactured in Gaza at a cost of about US$7 to help reduce deaths due to blood loss.

The remarks were made by Jordan's Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi at a meeting with ambassadors of European Union countries in Amman, where he called for immediate action to support the forming of an worldwide committee to investigate the massacre of Palestinians by Israeli forces.

But right-wing Israeli governments and Palestinian extremists have pushed the limits and Trump has shown no desire for neutrality; he sided squarely with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by choosing to relocate the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, viewed by both Israelis and Palestinians as their capital.

Russian Federation is deeply concerned about the situation in Gaza which is practically besieged, where there is a severe lack of living essentials, food and humanitarian items, the foreign minister said, adding that Russian Federation is ready to provide any assistance to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian issue. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland in a Monday Twitter message said: "It is inexcusable that civilians, journalists + children have been victims".

Since March 30, more than 100 Palestinians have been killed and 2,500 injured in protests at the border fence.

"At this point, the United Nations has been clear - many journalists have observed this - they're largely unarmed and they're quite far away from the soldiers".

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