One Palestinian wounded in clashes along Gaza border

By YASSER OKBI/MAARIV
October 23, 2018 19:09
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A Palestinian youth was critically wounded during a confrontation with IDF troops along the border with the Gaza strip Tuesday, according to a report in The Jerusalem Post's sister publication Maariv.

Three fires also broke out along the Gaza border, with hundreds of Palestinians burning tires during spats with the IDF.

Firefighters were dispatched to the region. In the fire that broke out in the Gvaram forest, about 120 dunams burned. A fire that broke out in an open area in the Eshkol Regional Council was caused by Molotov cocktails.

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