In Gaza, a day of blood and sorrow overshadows US embassy move
Israeli tear gas kills Palestinian infant during Gaza protest“Put him in the fridge quickly, another one has arrived,” he said. The dead man was one of at least 55 Palestinians killed by Israeli fire on the Gaza border Monday as mass protests broke out against the controversial US embassy move. It was the deadliest day in the conflict since a 2014 war between Israel and the Palestine. Even before the day’s carnage, medical centres were running desperately low on vital medicines after seven weeks of bloody protests that have left 109 Palestinians killed. The Gaza Ministry of Health called for citizens to donate blood as supplies were running low.