By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA BORDER (Reuters) - Israeli troops fired live rounds and tear gas at Palestinians who thronged the Gaza-Israel frontier and rampaged at a border terminal on Friday as part of a long-running protest, injuring about 1,100 people.
Medics said around 82 people were shot and wounded with live fire, another 800 treated for gas inhalation and the rest for other injuries along the Gaza side of the 25-mile border fence, where Palestinians set up tent encampments on March 30 for what they call "The Great March of Return".
But other districts aren't planning to be so accommodating.
At Sayreville War Memorial High School in New Jersey, students there were told they'd get suspended if they walked out, and that's a tougher penalty than normal."The students are kind of mad at it.
Some planned roadside rallies to honor shooting victims and protest violence.
Others were to hold demonstrations in school gyms or on football fields.
Trump's moves angered Palestinian leaders, who have refused to talk to his administration, accusing it of pro-Israel bias.
MORE than 200 black cabs brought London Bridge to a standstill in a protest against Uber yesterday.
After the walkout Wednesday, some students in Massachusetts say they plan to rally outside the Springfield headquarters of the gun maker Smith & Wesson.
Why such a drastic change in policy because of the political protest for us?
" a student said."I'm just going to do what I need to do, stay, get my education stay in the classroom," another student said.
The protester alleges that the agency unreasonably evaluated the awardee's proposal as meeting the requirements of the solicitation's performance work statement (PWS).
Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina sent a letter to parents saying middle and high school students who wish to walk out, with or without parental permission, won't be disciplined beyond noting on their record that they cut class.