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>> On the 70th anniversary of Israeli's founding, an historic move. The US breaks with past policy, opening a new embassy in Jerusalem, Monday. Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner, and Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin, on hand for the unveiling. While US President Donald Trump addressed the crowd by video, reaffirming his support of Israel.
>> For many years we failed to acknowledge the obvious, the plain reality that Israel's capital is Jerusalem.>> The relocation from Tel Aviv has angered Palestinians and been criticized by many foreign governments who call it a setback to peace. And as delegates celebrated the embassy in Jerusalem, violence and death at the Gaza border, where Palestinians gathered to protest.
>> We are commemorating the biggest crime, which the whole world committed against the Palestinians, and it is becoming worse by Trump's decision to make the embassy to Jerusalem. He is giving Jerusalem, which he doesn't own, as a gift to the Israeli occupation.>> Dozens of demonstrators were killed in the gun fire.
Among the dead, a 14-year-old boy and a man in a wheelchair. That's according to health officials, who said some 500 protesters had also been injured. Demonstrations here have been flaring since March 30th, as the Palestinian death toll continues to climb, no Israeli casualties have been reported. The clashes have drawn international criticism, but the United States has echoed Israel in accusing Gaza's ruling Hamas movement of instigating violence, an allegation it denies.