30 April, 2018
In the second, according to the IDF, two people succeeded in breaching the border and threw what it described as "explosive devices" at Israeli troops, and both were shot and killed.
Tension has been high along Gaza border amid Palestinian rallies demanding the return of refugees to their homes in historical Palestine from which they were driven in 1948 to make way for the new state of Israel.
Addressing the ongoing protests and rioting crisis on the Gaza border, Construction and Housing Minister Yoav Galant said on Sunday that Hamas "is in trouble".
"For four weeks the world has watched in horror as Israeli snipers and other soldiers, in full-protective gear and behind the fence, have attacked Palestinian protesters with live ammunition and tear gas", the group's regional director, Magdalena Mughrabi, said Friday.
Since the start of March there has been unrest at the Gaza border, with estimates of more than 10,000 regularly turning out in a protest calling for the "right of return" for Palestinians who were displaced after the creation of the state of Israel.
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Gaza: An Israeli soldier shot an unarmed Palestinian youth. Israel says it is aiming only at instigators, and accuses Hamas of using civilians for cover to carry out attacks.
Forty-one Palestinians have been killed in the protests since the start of March, with more than 5,000 wounded. The minister suggested Murtaja had been flying a drone above Israeli troops at the time he was shot.
On April 27, hundreds of Palestinians, urged on by a Hamas leader, mounted a coordinated assault on a security barrier at Gaza City and tried to cross into Israel.
Palestinians are taking part demonstrations dubbed the "Great March of Return" taking place until May 15 the date Palestinians mark as the "Naqba" or "Catastrophe" and which is also Israel's independence day.