Rami Qahman, 28, died after being shot east of Rafah in southern Gaza and 37 other Palestinians were shot and wounded during the violence, Gaza health ministry said.
A Palestinian was killed by Israeli fire Friday during clashes along the Gaza-Israel fence, the health ministry in the Hamas-governed coastal enclave said.
Rami Qahman, 28, died after being shot east of Rafah in southern Gaza and 37 other Palestinians were shot and wounded during the violence, the ministry added.
The fence between the blockaded Gaza and Israel has been rocked by deadly violence since March 30 when major protests backed by Hamas and clashes broke out along the frontier.
TRT World spoke to journalist Thaer Abu Oun, who brings more from Gaza.
But for the second second consecutive Friday, clashes along the fence were lower in intensity than in previous weeks, amid talk of a truce deal between Hamas and Israel.
The deadly violence came as Palestinian civil servants formed long queues in Gaza on Friday to receive Qatari-funded salaries, as part of efforts to ease tensions in and around the impoverished territory.
The funds were primarily to cover salaries of officials working for Hamas.
Qatar has also said it would hand out $100 to each of 50,000 poor families, as well as larger sums to Palestinians wounded in clashes along Gaza's fence with Israel.
The Israeli-authorised money transfer appeared to be part of a deal that would see cash-strapped Hamas end months of often violent protests along the border in exchange for Israel easing its decade-long blockade of Gaza.
At least 221 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since the end of March, the majority shot during protests and clashes, while others have died in tank fire or air strikes.