That's it for our live coverage. Here's a summary of the day's major developments.
Violence on Israel-Gaza border
- At least 52 Palestinians were killed and 2,200 others injured by Israeli forces during protests along the border fence on Monday, Palestinian health officials said
- Palestinian officials accused Israeli forces of carrying out a "massacre"
- The Israeli military said "rioters" threw firebombs and explosive devices at the fence and at Israeli soldiers deployed nearby, prompting them to respond with live fire
- The military accused the Palestinian militant group Hamas of using the protests as cover to try to cross illegally into Israeli territory and launch attacks
- Human rights groups condemned the Israeli military's use of live ammunition, saying troops should not have opened fire when there was no immediate threat to their lives
US embassy opening in Jerusalem
- A high-level US delegation opened the new US embassy in Jerusalem
- President Donald Trump addressed the ceremony in a recorded video message. He hailed the move as a “great day for Israel” and said the US would "always be a great friend to Israel and a partner in the cause of freedom and peace".
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked Mr Trump for "having the courage to keep your promises". "We are in Jerusalem and we are here to stay," he stated.
- A spokesman for Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said that by opening the embassy the US had cancelled its role in the peace process and insulted Palestinians.