Gaza killings: Israeli army launches investigation

The Israeli army is to investigate the deaths of two Palestinian teenagers shot and killed by an Israeli soldier during protests near Gaza border fence.

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    The killing of two Palestinian teenagers during protests near the Gaza-Israel border fence will be investigated by the Israeli army, which has said there is suspicion the military violated rules for opening fire.

    One hundred and sixty-seven Palestinians have been killed since weekly protests against Israel’s blockade of Gaza began in March.

     

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from Gaza.


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