Israel has faced mounting questions over its use of live fire after 10 days of protests and clashes along the Gaza Strip border in which its forces have killed 30 Palestinians, according to Gaza's health ministry.
Yaser Murtaja, a cameraman for Palestinian Ain Media, was wearing a "PRESS" flak jacket as he was shot by an Israeli sniper Friday.
The casualties included a minor and a journalist, Yasser Murtaja, who died from his wounds after being shot during what witnesses described as chaotic scenes.
"The majority of the people of the Gaza Strip are stateless refugees, subject to a decade-long blockade and the denial of basic human and political rights, " Corbyn added.
A Palestinian man carries Iyad al-Dawahidi's prosthetic leg at Gaza City's al-Shifa hospital after he was shot by Israeli forces during protests along the Israel-Gaza boundary, 6 April 2018.
Reporters Without Borders on Saturday slammed the Israeli army for the deliberate shooting of journalists in Gaza after a week of bloodshed by the border.
Hardened by years of rocket attacks from next-door Gaza, residents of this frontline Israeli village seemed unmoved on Sunday by Palestinians' mass demonstrations at the border and Israel's deadly response to them.
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"The killing and wounding of yet more unarmed Palestinian protesters yesterday by Israeli forces in Gaza is an outrage".
Israel said around 20,000 people took part in the protests and that they were seeking to breach the border.
Mourners and journalists carried Murtaja's body through the streets of Gaza during his funeral on Saturday.
The Palestinian Journalists' Syndicate said five other reporters were also shot and wounded by the Israeli army during Friday's protests, despite wearing clothes clearly identifying them as journalists. The IDF does not deliberately target journalists.
The development came after Palestinian waged their annual protest march late last month towards the fence separating Gaza from the territories occupied by the Israeli regime to begin a six-week protest event dubbed "The Great March of Return", demanding the right to return for Palestinians driven out of their homeland.
"We echo the call by the UN Secretary-General for an independent and transparent investigation into these incidents, with a view to holding accountable those responsible".