According to the outlet, the majority of the victims (127 people) were killed in protests along the Israeli-Gaza border. It added that, since March 30, 14,700 Palestinians had been injured in the Gaza Strip protests.
The agency also noted that four of the 135 victims had been killed on Friday, when a new protest erupted in Gaza, while 618 people had been injured the same day.
The Great March of Return lasted until Nakba Day on May 15 — the day that commemorates the 70th anniversary of the Palestinian exodus that occurred as a result of Israel's declaration of independence in 1948. The tensions were fueled on May 14, when the United States relocated its Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which is claimed capital by both Israel and the State of Palestine.