Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was killed while doing her job.
Shireen Abu Akleh, a Palestinian and U.S. citizen, was covering the Israeli military in the occupied West Bank when the network said troops shot her in the head.
The well-known Palestinian veteran reporter, who was also a U.S. citizen, was known for covering the harsh realities of Israel's military occupation for decades.
Reporters with the Associated Press and Al Jazeera were given just an hour to evacuate their offices before Israel bombed the building.
The White House said it has told Israel that ensuring the safety of the press is "paramount."
The strike brought the entire 12-story building down, collapsing with a gigantic cloud of dust.
The channel secretly filmed lawmakers and activists in the pro-Israel community for months in 2016 and promised last year that it would release its documentary soon.
Less than two weeks ago, 14-year-old Fatemah Qaderyan was competing with her team at a robotics contest in Washington, D.C.
As a Chief Weapons Inspector with the United Nations Special Commission in Iraq, I often found myself in the media limelight