Riyad Mansour, the Palestinian U.N. ambassador, said his counterpart in Geneva will start the process early next week that hopefully will culminate in an emergency meeting and approval by the Geneva-based Human Rights Council of a resolution authorizing a commission "to investigate these crimes".
Addressing a news conference in NY, the envoy hoped Geneva-based Human Rights Council would approve a resolution to investigate Israeli crimes.
United Nations envoy to the Middle East Nikolay Mladenov has condemned the killing of a 15-year-old Palestinian boy during Friday's clashes between Palestinian protesters and IDF forces along the Gaza-Israel border.
Both Palestinians killed were shot east of Jabaliya in the north of the Gaza Strip, the health ministry said.
Protest organisers officially labelled the latest protest in support of "martyrs and prisoners", but on social media some Palestinians dubbed it the "Friday of Kites".
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Gaza's Health Ministry says 83 Palestinians have been injured in protests on the Gaza-Israel border, including 26 who were wounded by Israeli army fire.
Israeli army gunfire killed a 15-year-old boy and two young men, aged 24 and 25, in northern Gaza, rescue workers said, and a 29-year-old Palestinian was shot dead in the south of the coastal enclave.
The mass marches, which have been backed by several Palestinian factions, are also fuelled by growing desperation among Gaza's two million residents.
Israel says it has only opened fire when necessary to guard its border and prevent violence, but no Israelis have been wounded and its open-fire rules have come under scrutiny.
Israeli defense minister Avigdor Lieberman, however, slammed all criticism saying that Hamas was responsible for the teen's death. The number of protesters on Friday was lower than the previous three weeks, but still in the thousands.
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According to The Committee to Protect Journalists, Israeli forces wounded four journalists covering Friday's protests.
On Friday, protesters began gathering at sit-in protest camps near the border.
A new tactic is to send burning kites into Israel.
Prior to the protests, the IDF dropped pamphlets in Arabic from the sky, warning locals not to cooperate with Hamas and not to get too close to the border fence.
He also mentioned the issue of the PLO National Council, which is scheduled on April 30, urging all political factions to take part in "to achieve the political decisions of the last Central Council session which called for severing ties with Israel". It has said it will not allow protesters to approach or damage the border fence.
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She added: "As we once again mourn the loss of lives, the European Union calls on the Israel Defense Forces to refrain from using lethal force against unarmed protestors".