A second Palestinian teenager has died from a gunshot wound in protests along the Gaza's frontier with Israel, according to the territory's health ministry. Saturday’s protests at their height drew around 40,000 people, marking the first anniversary of the weekly events Gaza’s Hamas rulers have launched against the Israeli-Egyptian blockade. The marches are seeking an end to an Israeli-Egyptian blockade imposed since Hamas took over Gaza by force in 2007. Tamer Abu el-Khair was the second 17-year-old to die in the protests, and the third Palestinian to die on Saturday. The ministry said 64 protesters were wounded. The protest committee has called on Palestinians to hold another protest along the perimeter fence next Friday. The call comes despite an announcement by Gaza’s Hamas rulers that Egypt has brokered a deal to ease Gaza’s blockade in exchange for calm. Hamas says the marches will continue until the closure is fully lifted.