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Dead Arab journalist from Gaza, was wounded during a "March of return"

Dead Arab journalist from Gaza, was wounded during a

Kuala Lumpur - The Malaysian police have obtained a fresh photo of one of two suspects involved in the killing of a Palestinian lecturer and believe that they are still in the country.

Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun, said the photograph was obtained following the discovery of the high-powered motorcycle used by the two killers. (They) are approximately 180cm (tall).

A forensic examination found that the victim died of multiple injuries to his head and body.

Attending a meeting of religious clerics ahead of the month-long fast of Ramadan which begins May 16, Haniyeh said the protests would not end as originally planned, as they have "strategic goals" but did not specify what those were.

The second Royal Malaysia Police handout of a computer-generated mugshot shows the second man suspected of gunning down a Palestinian man in Kuala Lumpur released April 23, 2018.

Mr Batsh's family has asked for his body to be buried in Gaza.

Police believe that he and his accomplice as still in the country, although they have told the public that he may have changed his appearance now that his picture has been released.

Malaysian authorities blamed the killing on Europeans who were tied to a foreign intelligence agency.

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Malaysia, a Muslim-majority nation of 32 million people, has no formal diplomatic relations with Israel.

"We have some difficulty in finding the culprits".

Hamas, a militant group sworn to Israel's destruction, described Al Batch as a "commander" in its military wing and accused Israel of assassinating him.

Mossad was also the prime suspect when a prominent Palestinian drone expert was killed in Tunisia in 2016.

Israel has faced worldwide condemnation for its response to Palestinian demonstrations at the border.

Ashraf al-Qedra, spokesman of the health ministry in Gaza, told reporters that the 26-year-old Palestinian journalist Ahmad Abu Hussein was critically wounded by an Israeli gunshot as he was covering the "Great March of Return" east of Jabalia in northern Gaza Strip.

Israel says it has been warning Gazans not to approach the border fence and that it is doing what is necessary to stop the barrier from being damaged or breached.