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An Israeli army soldier walks past a main battle tank stationed at a position near the border with the Gaza Strip in southern Israel on April 30. Menahem Kahana/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Middle East crisis — explained

How Israel's military investigates itself in cases of possible wrongdoing

Since last October, complaints have included Israeli soldiers firing on unarmed Palestinian refugees and the killing of World Central Kitchen aid workers when Israeli drones fired on their convoy.

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Maryland Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate and Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks reacts after a voter tells her he voted for her outside at the Marilyn Praisner Community Recreation Center on May 14 in Burtonsville, Md. Andrew Harnik/Getty Images hide caption

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Maryland Democrats pick Angela Alsobrooks to take on Hogan for open U.S. Senate seat

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DOJ says Boeing broke deal that avoided prosecution after 2 fatal 737 Max crashes

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Middle East crisis — explained

How Israel's military investigates itself in cases of possible wrongdoing

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How Israel's military investigates itself in cases of possible wrongdoing

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