Thousands mourn slain journalist Shireen Abu Akleh as Palestinians call for accountability

Ramallah, West Bank (CNN) Thousands of mourners gathered in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Thursday to mourn slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, as the Palestinian Authority vowed to take the case to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Journalists, diplomats, religious leaders, and officials including Arab members of Israel's parliament, the Knesset, attended the memorial procession at the Palestinian Authority President's residence, which saw Abu Akleh's Palestinian-flag-draped coffin carried in as honor guards played musical instruments.
Crowds that had gathered on the streets outside the residence were heard chanting "the honest voice never dies" and "we sacrifice our blood and spirit for you, Shireen."
The memorial was attended by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who in a speech at the event rejected Israel's offer for a joint investigation into Abu Akleh's killing and vowed to take the case to the ICC.
"We rejected, and continue to reject, the joint investigation with the Israeli occupation authorities because they committed the crime and we do not trust them," said Abbas, standing before Abu Akleh's coffin.
"We will go immediately to the International Criminal Court to track down the killers."
The Palestinian-American was shot dead on Wednesday while reporting on Israeli military raids in the West Bank city of Jenin.
Akleh's producer, Ali Al-Samudi, was also shot and is in stable condition, the Palestinian health ministry said.