"It is our view that an independent investigation commission can clarify the violent incidents and the bloody violations at the border area", said government spokesman Steffen Seibert. It remained unclear Tuesday where and how the child died.
Although Trump has said his declaration does not set the final borders of the city, his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital has been perceived by both Israel and the Palestinians as taking Israel's side in the most sensitive issue in their conflict.
Israel has faced global condemnation over the deaths, from the UN, UK, France, Russia and others. The military has said presumably less lethal rubber-coated steel pellets are not effective in keeping demonstrators from the fence.
Saeb Erekat, a senior Abbas aide, blasted the Trump administration yesterday, saying Trump had violated a promise to hold off on moving the embassy to give peace talks a chance and that his administration is "based on lies".
On Monday, South Africa recalled its ambassador to Israel until further notice. He also said Turkey will lower its flags to half-mast to mark the three days of mourning in the Palestinian territories.
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"Islamic countries should without fail review their relations with Israel", Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told his ruling party in parliament.
South Africa made a decision to withdraw its ambassador to Israel, Sisa Ngombane, with immediate effect on Monday.
As the violence raged on, Hamas has escalated its campaign against Israel, calling on the Palestinian Authority that controls the West Bank to cancel the 1990s Oslo agreements and for Palestinians to stage a third intifada or "uprising". At the end of March, the Hamas leader in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, said the demonstrations were aimed at removing the "transient border" with Israel.
"For many years we failed to acknowledge the obvious. The Palestinian right to peaceful protest is undeniable, but at the same time, we are deeply concerned that peaceful protests in Gaza are being exploited by extremist elements".
Khaled Batch, the head of the grassroots organizing committee of the protests, said Tuesday will be a day for funerals.
At least 59 Palestinians were martyred and hundreds more injured by Israeli forces along the Gaza border Monday amid protests marking the Nakba anniversary and the relocation of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
The border marches are seen as Hamas' last hope of ending the blockade, which has made it increasingly hard for the group to govern.
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Some 1,360 Palestinians were wounded by gunshots, 130 of whom were in serious or critical condition, the ministry said.
What happened at the Gaza border?
It was the deadliest day in Gaza since the 2014 war.
Israel has said it is acting in self-defense to defend its borders and communities.
It said its aircraft had targeted 11 Hamas sites and tanks fired at "two terror posts belonging to Hamas", accusing the Palestinian Islamist movement of opening fire towards Israeli forces.
On Monday, the army said "many rioters" tried to breach the border fence and "approximately 10 explosive devices and several firebombs were used to target the security fence and (Israeli) troops".
Four killed, over 20 injured in multiple blasts in Afghanistan's Jalalabad
Taliban militants and fighters of Islamic State outfit have presence in the province, some 120 km east of Afghan capital of Kabul. Afghan security forces surrounded the area and were still battling the gunmen hours after the initial explosions.