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Imad Khaled Saleh Hashash died after he was shot in the head by the Israeli military during a raid on a refugee camp.
There are no reports of casualties after the first major flare-up since a ceasefire ended 11 days of fighting last month.
VICE News Correspondent Hind Hassan reports from Jerusalem.
Palestinian schoolteacher Eman Basher went viral for her tweets about living through Israeli airstrikes. She writes about the experience here.
Companies report having their DMs blocked or their posts removed on Instagram since unrest in Gaza and Israel began on May 10.
Thousands of Palestinians celebrated the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, ending 11 days of violence. But for most the celebrations are bittersweet.
Facebook has deflected criticism by blaming technical glitches and setting up a ‘special operations center.’
“There’s no denying the problem,” an Israeli domestic security official told VICE World News.
Israeli airstrikes over the last 11 days have caused considerable damage to Gaza’s already precarious medical infrastructure, doctors tell VICE World News.