Palestinian protesters react during clashes with Israeli troops at the Israel-Gaza border, in the southern Gaza Strip April 2, 2018. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
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The Palestinian death toll from Israel's deadly response to peaceful protests last week rose to 18 Monday, as Gazans prepared for another day of mass protests Friday.Although protests dwindled, tension remained high.Hundreds of Palestinians continued the protest at a safe distance from Israeli soldiers, who maintained positions on their side of the barrier. It added that Israeli soldiers opened fire on unarmed protesters but no injuries were reported.Unarmed protester Fares al-Raqib, 29, who was shot Friday, succumbed to his wounds Monday, raising the Palestinian death toll to 18 .widely shared online show the Israeli army targeting unarmed protesters.
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