British vascular surgeon John Wolfe, who was invited to Gaza by the International Committee of the Red Cross, checks a wounded Palestinian in a hospital in Gaza City April 24, 2018. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
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hospital, the wounded keep comingDoctors are on a particularly tight schedule at Gaza's largest hospital when it comes to treating Palestinians wounded by Israeli army bullets at Friday protests along the border. Palestinian health officials said 41 people, including three youngsters, had been killed by Israeli fire and at least 1,700 wounded by live ammunition since the protests began on March 30 for refugees and their descendants to have a right to return to homes in what is now Israel.The protests are due to culminate on May 15, when Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh says the Gaza scenes will be replicated elsewhere on Israel's frontiers.
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