Palestinians commemorate the day in which tens of thousands of people were forced from their homes during the war that led to the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.
Wednesday's rallies were called to mark Nakba Day, what Palestinians term the catastrophe that befell them after Israel's invasion in 1948, when hundreds of thousands fled or were expelled from lands in what is now Israel.
More than 70 years later, Palestinians still gather to mark the day in which tens of thousands of people were forced from their homes during the war that led to the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.
The cartoonist, Dieter Hanitsh, defended his work, saying he has the right to criticise Netanyahu's policies. The cartoon was published a day after Israeli troops shot dead dozens of Palestinians during Nakba protests on the Gaza-Israel border.
The seven-week long Great March of Return protests along the Gaza border have been subjected to a massacre: 107 Palestinians killed by Israeli forces. Here are the key turning points of events since the movement began on March 30:
Turkish health minister Ahmet Demircan says preparations to transfer the wounded from Gaza to Ankara will soon be completed.
Protests in solidarity with Palestine took place in several cities around the world.
It was the bloodiest day for Palestinians since the 2014 Gaza conflict as the Great March of Return entered its seventh week ahead of the day of "Nakba," or "Catastrophe."
Israeli troops are attacking protesting Palestinians in the West Bank. With civilians throwing stones to defend themselves. Footage shows Israeli forces firing tear gas canisters and steel-coated rubber bullets.
During protests along the Gaza-Israeli border, at least 60 Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces. Besides teargas being dropped from drones, live ammunition was also used.
Israeli forces shot and wounded a protester on Friday, as Palestinians began their seventh week of an ongoing demonstration demanding their right to return to their homes on the other side of the Gaza-Israel border.
Gazans launched what they call "The Great March of Return" on March 30 and the protest is set to culminate on May 15, when Palestinians mark as the "Nakba", or Catastrophe, commemorating their displacement in 1948.
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