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Published Date: Saturday 6 July 2019 - 10:58:05
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40 Palestinians injured in Gaza march of return

40 Palestinians injured in Gaza march of return
World  - Dozens of Palestinians were injured by Israeli gunfire and tear gas bombs in Gaza's Great March of Return on Friday.

The Ministry of Health announced that 40 Palestinian citizens suffered different wounds when the Israeli occupation forces heavily fired live ammunition and tear gas canisters and sprayed waste water at the peaceful protesters, Palinfo reported.

Hundreds of Palestinians marched along the Eastern border of the Gaza Strip on the 65th Friday of the Great March of Return in protest at "Deal of the Century".

Since the start of the border demonstrations in Gaza in late March 2018, the Israeli occupation forces have killed 318 Gazans and injured over 31,000.

 

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Published Date: Saturday 6 July 2019 - 10:58:05
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