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"If there are provocations, there will be a reaction of the harshest kind like last week", Avigdor Lieberman told public radio on Thursday ahead of fresh anti-occupation protests this weekend.

While Israel has invoked its right to protect its border, reports suggest that live rounds were used against many unarmed protesters and hundreds of Palestinian demonstrators were hit and injured. Gen. Ronen Manelis, alleged that Hamas is exploiting Gaza residents by urging them to attend the protests and "under the cover of these civilians carry out terror activities". Army preparations for the demonstrations planned for tomorrow April 6, B'Tslem warned, are very similar to the previous events last Friday. "Anyone trying to approach the fence is putting their lives at risk".

Some 200 additional migrants are still being held at the Saharonim detention center in southern Israel awaiting possible deportation to Uganda but their fate depends on whether an Israeli envoy who visited the east African state on Wednesday had managed to secure a deal for them to be taken in. The Israeli version appeared to show a Hamas fighter shooting at Israeli forces while other Palestinians were seen hurling stones, tossing Molotov cocktails and rolling burning tires at the fence.

Marcus says the Palestinians have another helper: global media outlets who don't report that Hamas is a terror group committed to Israel's destruction.

However, Hamas officials have not specifically called for a mass breach of the fence. However, talks broke down last month, in part because Hamas refused to disarm.

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While Korda wouldn't recommend the pain that came with her surgery, she said there has been something transforming about it. The distance disparity was particularly pronounced on the par-4 12th when Thompson cracked a 348-yarder 72 yards past Wie.

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Witnesses told police his last known location and officers found Portugal in an alley of the 100 block of Robinson Street. Police are requesting the assistance of the public in locating a man wanted for a recent bank robbery.

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Le Pen's body guard and her entourage formed a protective ring around her before riot police cut a corridor for her to leave. University president Georges Haddad tweeted his condemnation of "this odious act" and said he would seek an investigation.

All the officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss details of the meeting with reporters. "The impact is felt on every level - the assassinations in Gaza, the internal Palestinian reconciliation and the fight against Israel - everywhere". Human rights lawyer, Michael Sfard, who attended the protest said, "Gaza is under siege and has been under occupation for the past decade".

Plans were circulated on social media to burn large numbers of tires on Friday, in hopes that thick black smoke would block the view of Israeli snipers. The Palestinians are furious at U.S. President Donald Trump's December 6 decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and to move the U.S. Embassy to the city.

"After I weighed the pros and cons, I chose to cancel the agreement", said Netanyahu.

Israel has alleged that the protests are led by militant groups, saying at least 11 of those killed belonged to armed factions, including two who opened fire on Israeli soldiers Friday.

Yahya Sinwar (in center, with binoculars), the political chief in Gaza for the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas. The Africans say they are asylum-seekers who fled for their lives and face renewed danger if they return.