Gatherings to show solidarity with Palestinians took place in cities including New York, Dallas, San Diego, Edmonton, Philadelphia, Toronto, Vancouver, Boston, Washington, Montreal, Portland, Dearborn.
Calls for calm and de-escalation amid persistent Israeli air strikes emerged from around the world, while others urged "both sides" to exercise restraint.
Death toll continues to rise in Gaza as the increasing number of air strikes by Israel leaves a trail of destruction in the blockaded Palestinian territory.
ICC is expected to look at possible war crimes committed by Israeli forces and Palestinian militants during and after the 2014 Gaza war, as well as Israel’s settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
Ankara says it's "concerned" over Czech Republic's opening of a diplomatic office in occupied Jerusalem, saying the decision serves the bids to erode the position of the holy city "whose international status is guaranteed by UN resolutions."
President Biden's approach will be to support "a mutually agreed, two-state solution" to end decades of conflict between Israelis and Palestinians, says acting US envoy to UN Richard Mills.
Palestinian groups in Gaza launch rockets into the Mediterranean Sea at the start of what they called their "first-ever joint exercise."
De-escalation of tensions with Doha's efforts ends more than three weeks of attacks along the volatile de facto border between Gaza and Israel.
"We welcome the Turkish role to help us achieve reconciliation and end the division," head of Hamas resistance group Ismail Haniyah tells media in Istanbul. Meanwhile, Israel continues to target besieged enclave almost daily since August 6.
Muhammed Abu Halima, 22, was shot and killed by Israeli troops during a protest at the Gaza Strip's border with Israel, bringing the death toll in the "Great March of Return" protests to 136 since they began in March.
Palestine Liberation Organisation number two Saeb Erekat says the result of US decisions on Jerusalem would be "blatant provocation to all Arabs and Muslims."
The basketball association removes "Palestine-occupied territory" after Israeli Sports Minister Miri Regev demanded the phrase be deleted from NBA website. The UN considers West Bank and east Jerusalem as occupied territories.
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