A Palestinian baby died as a result of inhaling tear gas during clashes along the Israel-Gaza border, the health ministry in the enclave announced today.
It was not immediately clear how close to the border fence Ghandour and her family were.
At least five protests sites have been established since demonstrations began on March 30, most of them with both frontline areas and places for families further back.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians rallied near the border fence, with smaller numbers seeking to breach it.
Israeli forces on the border used tear gas and sniper fire on the crowds.
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