Jalal Abukhater

Palestinian journalist

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Israeli police say they plan to investigate how the funeral of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh turned violent. Two journalists who knew her explain why she was so revered.

Shireen Abu Akleh’s death drives Palestinian journalists to keep telling the story

Israeli police say they plan to investigate how the funeral of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh turned violent. Two journalists who knew her explain why she was so revered.

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