Israeli Military Will Not Conduct Criminal Probe Into Al Jazeera Reporter’s Death

Military's Police will not open an investigation into the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh on grounds that there is no suspicion of a criminal act. Decision likely to provoke criticism from Washington

Amos Harel
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The Israeli army's Military Police Criminal Investigation Division does not plan to investigate the fatal shooting of Shireen Abu Akleh. The Palestinian-American journalist for Al Jazeera was killed during clashes between Israel Defense Forces soldiers and Palestinian gunmen in Jenin on May 11.

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