After shifting goalposts and changing its versions of the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, experts say Israel's joint probe request is meant to "quieten the public outcry" and muddy the investigation outcome.
Palestinian Foreign Ministry calls on International Criminal Court "to adopt this report in order to expedite its investigations and bring criminals and murderers to international justice."
Bellingcat, a Dutch-based international consortium of researchers, says its evidence supports witness accounts that Israeli troops fired at and killed Al Jazeera journalist last week.
Critics say several Western media outlets once again failed to cover an incident in Palestine – this time the killing of Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh – without displaying pro-Israel bias and using problematic framing in storytelling.
Ali Al Samoudi, a colleague of slain correspondent Shireen Abu Akleh, says Israeli troops fired three bullets at journalists, with the first one missing them, the second wounding Samoudi in the shoulder and the third hitting Abu Akleh in the head.
Has a media war begun in the Gulf? Is this yet another example of the political tension between Qatar and its neighbours?
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