Israeli forces fire on sixth Friday of Gaza demonstrations

The Great March of Return protests continued on Friday, the sixth straight Friday, and Israel continued to use snipers and tear gas on the demonstrators.


    Israeli forces have fired live ammunition and tear gas at Palestinians, protesting for a sixth week at the Israel-Gaza border.

    Demonstrators burned tyres near the fence to use as a smokescreen from Israeli gunfire.

    At least 350 people have been injured - three of them critically.

    But the protesters, even some of the wounded, keep coming back.

    Al Jazeera’s Harry Fawcett reports from the Gaza-Israel border.


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