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The U.S. Wanted to Leave the Abu Akleh Affair Behind, but It Remains Unresolved

Given the Israeli public feeling about the death of Shireen Abu Akleh, it's unlikely an Israeli criminal probe will be opened

Amos Harel
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A forensic analysis of the bullet that killed the Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in the West Bank in May has not brought the affair to a close. After completing the examination, which was conducted by Israeli experts under U.S. supervision, no clear conclusions were reached on the question of who fired the fatal bullet.

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