One Palestinian was killed and at least 63 others were injured during demonstrations at the Gaza security fence on Friday, according to the Gazan health ministry.
Hundreds of Palestinians across the Gaza Strip on Friday headed to the fence to participate in the weekly anti-occupation protests known as the Great March of Return.
Holding Palestinian flags, the protesters flocked to five different areas in the eastern Gaza Strip.
Gaza's Ministry of Health said that 63 demonstrators were injured in the marches, 32 of them by live bullets.
The statement did not include detailed information on the condition of those wounded.
The Higher National Commission of the Great March of Return and Breaking of the Gaza Siege, formed by Palestinian factions, named this Friday's rallies "Al-Aqs Intifada" in reference to the second Palestinian Intifada which erupted on Sept. 28, 2000.
Since the Gaza rallies began in March last year, nearly 270 protesters have been martyred and thousands more wounded by Israeli forces at the security fence with Gaza.
Demonstrators demand an end to Israel's 12-year-old blockade of the Gaza Strip, which has shattered the coastal enclave's economy and deprived its 2 million inhabitants of free movement in and out from Gaza and prevented many basic amenities.