A six-week campaign of protests launched at the Gaza Strip has resulted in the deadliest days of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since the 2014 Gaza War. More than 111 Palestinian protesters have been killed and 12,733 wounded. Protests and military violence escalated significantly on Monday, 14 May, as the United States formally opened its Embassy in Jerusalem. At least 60
Palestinian demonstrators were killed in one day as the Israeli army fired live ammunition, tear gas and firebombs at protesters assembled along several points near the fence with Israel. More than 2,700 others were wounded.