New witness evidence and video footage clearly show that Shireen and her colleagues were directly fired at by the Israeli forces, Al Jazeera's submission highlighted.
Following investigations, Israeli army says there is "high possibility" that Shireen Abu Akleh was killed by "wrong fire" from its soldiers shooting at Palestinians during a military raid in occupied West Bank.
Representative Andre Carson said he was also planning a broader bill that would require the US government to investigate any killing of US journalists overseas.
US State Department says ballistic experts determined bullet was badly damaged, which prevented 'clear conclusion'.
A US forensics team has returned to Palestinian authorities the bullet that killed Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, with results still to be determined.
A US forensic team has already arrived in Palestine to carry out the test, a senior Palestinian official says.
The Palestinian Authority says it has been assured that no modifications will be made to the bullet and that it will be returned as soon as the assessment was complete.
US lawmakers in a letter to President Biden said a transparent investigation should be carried out under US auspices due to Israeli and Palestinians' distrust of each other's inquiries.
"We have refused to hand over the bullet to them, and we even demand that they hand over the weapon that murdered Shireen Abu Akleh," says Palestinian PM Mohammed Shtayyeh.
Israeli police "are the aggressors ... they are trying to cover up their actions and mistakes," says the brother of slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh as Israeli police complete probe without releasing any findings.
Dozens of lawmakers have called on the Federal Bureau of Investigation to run an inquiry into the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh.
Military says 'no suspicion' of a criminal act, Israeli media reported, adding that soldiers part of the deadly raid on the occupied West Bank had testified that they ‘had not seen’ the Al Jazeera journalist when she was shot and killed.
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