Palestinian protest gets deadly; South Korea negotiates steel tariffs

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  • Eight Palestinians killed on Gaza border – At least nine Palestinian protestors were killed by Israeli security forces in a massive demonstration on the Israel-Gaza border. Hundreds were also injured by gun fire, rubber bullets and gas inhalation. Israel authorities estimated the demonstration at 30,000 people who were demanding the “right to the return” to former Palestinian villages that are now part of Israel. Israel said at at least two of the dead were affiliated with Hamas.
  • South Korea exempted from Trump steel tariff – South Korea is considering more favorable treatment of U.S. auto exports in order to avoid the 25 percent tariff on their own steel, according to Reuters. South Korea is the number one steel exporter to the United States. Trade officials from both countries established multiple changes to deal Korean Free Trade Agreement also known KORUS over the span of a month. South Korea prioritized solidifying the deal b
  • Erdogan says France could be a “target of Turkey” – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan excoriated French President Emmanuel Macron for meeting with the Syrian Kurdish group known as YPG, what he sees as a terrorist organization. He said France could become a “target of Turkey.”

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