Relatives of 18-year-old Tahrir Wahba mourn during his funeral in Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip. Wahba died of a gunshot wound to the head. AFP / SAID KHATIB
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Two Palestinians wounded in clashes with Israel were pronounced dead Monday, a Gaza official said, bringing the toll from Israeli fire since March 30 to 40 .Most of the 40 Palestinians killed by Israel since the start of "March of Return" protests on March 30 were shot by snipers on the border, while a few others were killed by Israeli artillery or airstrikes.Israel has for more than a decade imposed a crippling blockade on Gaza, fighting three wars with Hamas since 2008 .
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