"Carnage and celebration mark U.S. Embassy opening in Jerusalem" PBS NewsHour 5/14/2018
SUMMARY: As the United States opened its new embassy in Jerusalem, Israeli security forces shot dead dozens of Palestinian protesters in Gaza, and reportedly wounded more than 2,000 others. Blanket denunciations are sweeping across the Arab and Muslim world, blasting both the embassy move and the killings. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson joins Judy Woodruff for more.
"How the world is reacting to Gaza border bloodshed" PBS NewsHour 5/15/2018
SUMMARY: It was a day for burying the dead in Gaza, with nearly 60 funerals in 24 hours, while the wounded continue to overwhelm hospital staff and supplies. Monday became the deadliest day since the 2014 war as Americans opened the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem. And there was more violence along the border on Tuesday, where at least two Palestinians were killed by Israeli gunfire. Nick Schifrin reports.
"Harsh living conditions in Gaza fuel little-to-lose mentality" PBS NewsHour 5/15/2018
SUMMARY: Palestinians have been protesting for weeks for the right to leave Gaza; in the last two days, tens of thousands have joined in. Under an 11-year blockade by Israel and Egypt, life there has become a painful struggle. Unemployment stands at 40 percent, with few prospects for the young, and most Gazans cannot afford a generator during lengthy power cuts. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports.
"Would alleviating Gaza humanitarian concerns ease violence?" PBS NewsHour 5/15/2018
SUMMARY: U.S. officials are blaming Hamas for the deadly violence on the Gaza border. Daniel Shapiro, former U.S. ambassador to Israel, says the group has long squandered its resources in trying to attack Israel, leading to "horrific" humanitarian concerns in Gaza. Shapiro joins Nick Schifrin to discuss whether the clashes could fray alliances, and the decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.