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Published Date: Saturday 14 July 2018 - 10:17:30
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Gaza teenager killed, dozens injured as Great March of Return marks over 100 days

Gaza teenager killed, dozens injured as Great March of Return marks over 100 days
World  - A 15yo Palestinian has been killed by live IDF fire and over 220 people have been injured during the Great March of Return protest on the Gazan-Israeli border. The clashes marked over 100 days since the deadly weekly revolt began.

Othman Rami Hellas, 15, was killed on Friday evening after being shot by an IDF sniper during yet another tense standoff along the border demarcation fence, Wafa News reported. Another 220 Palestinians suffered injuries from the live bullets and tear gas that were used to repel the protesters.

In the 100 days since the weekly rallies began on March 30 at least 138 Palestinians, including 19 minors were killed. Over 15,000 rioters were injured.

Tags:: israel - palestine - Gaza
News Code: 26024
Published Date: Saturday 14 July 2018 - 10:17:30
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