'Until the last breath': Gaza protests on border

Palestinians protesting against Israel say they will not back down, even after several people are killed.

Ezz Zanoun | | War & Conflict, Human Rights, Palestine

Erez crossing, northern Gaza Strip - A week of deadly violence between Israelis and Palestinians spread to the Gaza Strip on Friday. Hundreds of Palestinians have been protesting along the border.

On Friday, the Israeli army killed seven Palestinians across Gaza as protesters moved towards the border fence. The following day, two Palestinian boys - 12-year-old Marwan Barbakh and 15-year-old Khalil Othman - were shot dead during protests in the border area of Khan Younis.

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