A wounded Palestinian protester is evacuated during clashes with Israeli troops after a protest against US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, near the east of Gaza City. Picture: Wissam Nassar/Xinhua

Gaza - Israel's military said its aircraft bombed militant targets in Gaza on Friday and the Palestinian Health Ministry said at least 25 people were wounded in the strikes, including six children.

The Israeli military said it had carried out the strikes on a militant training camp and on a weapons depot in response to rockets fired earlier from Gaza at Israeli towns. Witnesses said most of the wounded were residents of a building near the camp.

At least one Palestinian was killed in clashes with Israeli troops earlier on Friday and dozens wounded in "day of rage" protests against U.S. President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

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