Eight Palestinians were wounded by Israeli occupation forces yesterday in the central and southern Gaza Strip. According to the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA), the Israeli occupation forces positioned in the vicinity of the border fence east of Deir al-Balah, central Gaza Strip fired at a group of citizens, wounding six, who were later taken to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in the city.
The same source added that two other Palestinians were also wounded after Israeli soldiers fired at a group of civilians near the Israeli military site of Kissufim in northeastern Khan Yunis, and then taken to the hospital.
Four Palestinians were killed by Israeli occupation forces the previous day, east of Khan Yunis, near the Beit Hanoun border crossing in northern Gaza Strip.
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