Two workers wounded by Israeli gunfire in Gaza
On Saturday, Israeli soldiers stationed at the Gaza-Israeli border fired live rounds at two workers who were collecting rubble to use as building material, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Israel maintains a ‘buffer zone’ of several hundred yards on the Gazan side of the border, though the exact distance of the zone is continually changing (some soldiers say it is 100 meters, some say 200, and some say 500 meters – although Palestinians have been shot at a distance of 800 meters with the claim that they were in the ‘buffer zone’).
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