World reacts after Israeli forces wound hundreds in Al-Aqsa raid

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    There has been widespread international condemnation of the continuing fighting and there are calls for de-escalation.

    The US and the EU say the violence must stop immediately.

    Pro-Palestinian protests erupted in Turkey, as thousands taking to the streets to denounce Israeli aggression seen in occupied East Jerusalem over the weekend.

    And in Amman Jordan, police blocked protesters from reaching the Israeli embassy – where demonstrators called for the removal of Israel’s ambassador.

    Around the world, protests in solidarity with Palestinians from Beirut to the UK.

    Al Jazeera’s Gabriel Elizondo reports from the US capital, Washington, DC.

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