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144 killed, over 15, 000 injured since March 30: Health Ministry

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Bulk00019GAZA (PNIC):-A statistical report issued by the Ministry of Health showed that 144 Palestinians have been killed and 15,501 others have been injured since March 30, due to Israeli quelling of the Great March of Return ongoing protests.

The report pointed out that 7270 of the injured were treated in the field, while 8221 others received treatment in hospitals.

The ministry said that among the martyrs were 17 children, 2 woman, 2 journalists, 2 medics and 3 disabled, in addition to another 9 martyrs whose bodies are still detained by Israeli occupation authorities.

Amongst the wounded were 375 serious injuries including 2536 children, 1160 women, 318 paramedics and 175 pressmen in addition to the damage that partially affected over 45 ambulances.

Some 4024 injuries resulted from live bullets, 428 of rubber bullets, 1497 of severe tear gas suffocation and 2273 of other causes.

The injuries were distributed to 588 in the head and neck, 340 in the chest and back, 370 in the abdomen and pelvic area, 1011 in the upper parts of the body, and 4161 in the lower parts in addition to 1606 in other different parts of the body.

The ministry pointed out that the injuries also included 55 amputation cases with 44 in the lower limbs, 1 in the upper limb, and 6 in fingers.

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