One year after March of Return, many Gazans still determined to protest

It's been a year since the March of Return in Gaza. The demonstration, perceived by Israel by a hostile attempt to breach into its territory, was bloodily suppressed. Despite this, many Gaza residents still take part in protests along the border every Friday. They are demanding a right to reclaim territory lost to Israel during the 1948-49 war, and the end to the Israeli-Egyptian blockade on Gaza. Our correspondent went to meet them.


A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett.

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