MSF: Palestinian protesters face 'injuries of unusual severity'

At least 39 Palestinians have been killed and hundreds wounded in four weeks of protest against Israel’s blockade.

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    Palestinian protesters in Gaza who have been shot by Israeli soldiers have suffered what the medical charity Doctors Without Borders calls “devastating injuries of unusual severity”.

    The medical help group says it has treated more patients this month than in the whole of 2014 when Israel launched its last war in Gaza.

     

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith reports from Gaza.


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