According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, at least 30 Palestinians were injured on Friday amid attempts by the Israeli army to disperse demonstrators.
Others hurled stones and burning tyres near the frontier fence, where Israeli army sharpshooters are deployed.
The protest began on March 30, and is expected to culminate on May 15.
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The Israeli military has argued that Gaza militant groups are trying to turn the border area into a combat zone, and said it has a right to defend its sovereign border.
A Palestinian journalist was wounded in the border clashes last Friday and later died of his injuries. Military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus said that Palestinians repeatedly tried to damage the border fence, throwing several explosives and fire bombs at it.
Demonstrators demand that Palestinian refugees be granted the "right of return" to their towns and villages in historical Palestine from which they were driven in 1948 to make way for the new state of Israel.
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Israeli troops have shot dead 31 Gaza Palestinians and wounded hundreds since the protests began, drawing global criticism of their lethal tactics.
The rights group said in a statement on Friday that the announcement made by the IDF's investigative apparatus, headed by Brigadier- General Moti Baruch, "was for propaganda purposes only, including the attempt to prevent an worldwide independent investigation". Some have said they intend to use mirrors and lasers to distract Israeli snipers, according to The Jerusalem Post. Two of the injured Palestinians were reportedly journalists. Hamas official Mohammed Thuraya said, "This is our duty to our people, to ease the suffering of our citizens".
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for an independent investigation into the deaths during the protests. At least 26 were killed during protests.
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Protesters waved Palestinian flags - and others set fire to Israeli ones - while chanting pro-resistance slogans along the border fence. Protesters stuck a Palestinian flag into the fence and affixed a rope, using it to tug at the coils.