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Gazans Mark 'Nakba' With Protests, Grief

A dirt road about 500 meters from Gaza's border with Israel — home of Kafa Ibrahim al-Najar, a 34-year-old father of two — was unusually quiet Tuesday morning. Between their house and the heavily guarded fence is a protest camp that often is packed with demonstrators. "Today is a silent moment for the people who died," al-Najar said. On Monday, 58 people died and more than 2,700 were wounded in Gaza protests, according to Palestinian officials. But by late Tuesday...

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