In Pictures: Gaza's great march of return continues
Since protests on the Gaza-Israel border began on March 30, Israeli troops have killed at least 115 Palestinians and wounded more than 13,000 people, including 3,600 by live ammunition, according to the Red Cross.
Israeli forces fired tear gas at unarmed Palestinian protesters at Malaka camp in Gaza on June 1, 2018.
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Thousands of Palestinians gathered at the border fence in eastern Gaza, marking the 10th weekly protest of the Great March of Return aimed at drawing attention to the crippling Israeli-Egyptian blockade and demanding the right for Palestinians to return to former homes in what's now Israel.
The crowds gathered at five tent camps near the border fence separating Israel and Gaza.
Doctors from Gaza's Health Ministry on June 1, 2018 say tear gas used by Israeli forces reportedly contains unknown chemicals that cause side effects such as hysteria burning of the face and nervous breakdowns.(TRTWorld)
The great march of return has not come to an end, and every Friday, thousands of Palestinians protest for their right for return and to break the land, air and sea blockade of Gaza.(TRTWorld)
Palestinians using sling shots fire stones along the illegally constructed fence in Gaza. There have been no casualties in terms of Israeli civilians or soldiers since the beginning of the great march of return.(TRTWorld)
Israeli forces have used unmanned drones to drop tear gas on Palestinian protesters along the illegal border fence with Gaza.(TRTWorld)
Palestinians using sling shots launch stones along the illegally constructed Gaza border fence. There have been no Israeli civilians or soldiers casualties since the beginning of the great march of return.(TRTWorld)
First aid responders are also at risk and have been targeted and killed by Israeli forces during the march.(TRTWorld)