The UN Security Council has censured the killing of veteran Al Jazeera columnist Shireen Abu Aqla and required a quick test into her passing.
The move followed clamor on Friday after Israeli police hit grievers at Shireen Abu Aqla memorial service. Police said they acted subsequent to being pelted with stones.
Shireen Abu Aqla, 51, was shot dead in questioned conditions on Wednesday, with Israel and Palestinians exchanging fault.
Her killing while at the same time covering an Israeli military attack in the involved West Bank has caused a flood of outrage.
In a proclamation delivered on Friday, the Security Council said its individuals required “a prompt, exhaustive, straightforward, and fair and unbiased examination concerning her killing, and focused on the need to guarantee responsibility.”