A Palestinian demonstrator uses a sling to hurl back a tear gas canister fired by Israeli forces during a protest marking Land Day and the first anniversary of a surge of border protests, at the Israel-Gaza border fence east of Gaza City March 30, 2019.
(photo credit: MOHAMMED SALEM/REUTERS)
Fourteen Palestinians were injured during Friday clashes with IDF forces along the Gaza border, the Palestinian Ministry of Health reported.
Two of the men injured were medics, reported Walla.
Over 6,500 Palestinians are estimated to be taking part in the Friday protests, which are known as 'March of Return' among Palestinians.
An IDF tank and an aircraft attacked two Hamas military posts in Gaza in response to a short-ranged attack near the border on Friday according to the IDF.
There are no known casualties.
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