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PHOTO GALLERY: Demonstrators in Gaza resume March of Return at border


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A Palestinian protester holds a tear gas canister in his mouth during a demonstration along the border with Israel east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza strip on June 1, 2018 AFP
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Palestinian protesters flee from incoming tear gas canisters during clashes following a demonstration along the border with Israel east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza strip on June 1, 2018 AFP
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A Palestinan protester sets a Palestinian flag on barbed wires during a demonstration near the border with Israel, east of Jabalia in the central Gaza Strip on June 1, 2018 AFP
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Palestinan protesters pull a metal cable as they try to take down a section of barbed wire on the border fence with Israel, east of Jabalia in the central Gaza Strip on June 1, 2018 AFP
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A Palestinan protester cuts a section of barbed wire on the border fence with Israel, east of Jabalia in the central Gaza Strip on June 1, 2018 AFP
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A Palestinan protester uses a slingshot on the border with Israel, east of Jabalia in the central Gaza Strip on June 1, 2018 AFP
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Palestinan paramedics help a protester during a demonstration on the border with Israel, east of Jabalia in the central Gaza Strip on June 1, 2018 AFP
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Palestinian men carry an protester injured by Israeli forces during a demonstration along the border with the Gaza strip east of Gaza city on June 1, 2018 AFP
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Palestinian men take cover from tear gas shot by Israeli forces during a demonstration along the border with the Gaza strip east of Gaza city on June 1, 2018 AFP
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A Palestinian man throws a stone towards Israeli forces as smoke billows from burning tyres during a demonstration along the border with the Gaza strip east of Gaza city on June 1, 2018 AFP
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