One protester is killed and 146 are wounded in the seventh weekly action aimed at shaking off a decade-old blockade of the Palestinian territory. More protests are expected.
The deaths bring to 32 the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli troops at the border since late March. The Gaza Health Ministry says live rounds have wounded 1,600 in that time.
Ahed Tamimi, a 17-year-old from the West Bank village of Nebi Saleh, faces charges of attacking soldiers in what her father says was defense of her 15-year-old cousin.
The Israeli military and security forces have a problem. They are fairly obviously being ordered to commit what international law defines as one of the more heinous war crimes.
Amira Hass writes in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz of incidents in which Israeli soldiers have reportedly killed unarmed Palestinians and possibly placed knives near them "after the fact."
Footage released by an Israeli human rights group shows Israeli police and soldiers standing by while settlers fire on a group of Palestinians in the northern region of the West Bank. It is unclear which side provoked the incident. One Palestinian was wounded in the confrontation.