GENEVA, A special session of the UN Human Rights Council has ended with a resolution by Member States to investigate weeks of violence on the Israeli border with Gaza, which has claimed the lives of more than 100 people and left thousands wounded.
The draft text called for the Council to "investigate all alleged violations and abuses of international humanitarian law and international human rights law" in the Occupied Palestinian Territory and particularly the occupied Gaza Strip, since 30 March; the date when demonstrations along the border with Israel began, dubbed the Great March of Return.
The resolution was adopted by 29 votes in favour, with two against and 14 abstentions.
The development follows a request on Tuesday by Palestine and the Arab Group of States.
A day earlier, 60 demonstrators in Gaza were killed by Israeli forces, marking the highest one-day death toll in the territory since the 2014 hostilities.
Source: Emirates News Ageny