Palestinians in Gaza marched during the 19th Friday protests under the slogan of "Martyr of Jerusalem, Muhammad Youssef", in remembrance of the killed 17-year-old Palestinian youth.
It will be the full first meeting of the movement's political bureau since talks held in Cairo in 2017, officials said.
On Saturday, the Israeli army said an aircraft had fired at "a terrorist squad" launching "arson balloons" at Israel.
The protests on Friday occurred a day after a senior Hamas delegation arrived in the Gaza Strip from Egypt to discuss a possible cease-fire with Israel and resume internal reconciliation with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah Party.
On Thursday, the administration of Rafah Border Crossing said a delegation - including leading group members of Hamas such as Saleh al-Arouri, Mousa Abu Marzouk, Izzat al-Rishq and Hussam Badran - have returned to Gaza.
Israeli forces also opened live fire at Palestinians gathered at the return camps of eastern Khuzaa in eastern Khan Younis of the southern Gaza Strip.
Palestinians have also flown balloons and kites carrying incendiary devices across the border, starting hundreds of fires inside Israel.
The Israeli military said that about 8,000 Palestinians took part in Friday's rally.
His return to Gaza has been interpreted in Israeli and Palestinian media as "relevant to negotiations through third parties for a long-term agreement between Hamas and Israel".
It said a tank fired at a Hamas military post in Gaza after Palestinians briefly crossed the frontier and threw bombs.
Hamas has already hinted that it has not objected to the details of the agreement, but called for amendments, especially concerning a waterway linking the Gaza Strip with Egypt or Cyprus.
The Israeli military said Saturday that it had intercepted an activist boat trying to breach a decade-old blockade of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.
The 12 activists on-board the "Freedom for Gaza" boat were attempting to bring urgently needed medical supplies to Gaza, when the vessel was intercepted by the Israeli navy in worldwide waters. Critics say it amounts to collective punishment of Gaza's 2 million people.
Another 11,300 structures remain threatened, according to Cal Fire . "Must also clear trees to stop fire spreading". The White House did not immediately respond to a request for evidence to support Trump's tweet .
The U.S. central bank said "the labor market has continued to strengthen and economic activity has been rising at a strong rate". The July jobs report indicated that United States employers added 157,000 jobs on net last month, fewer than economists expected.
Demi Lovato has not released a statement of any kind, nor has she posted anything on social media since her apparent overdose . However, her family raised the issue to her, TMZ reports, after holding off initially while Lovato recovered.
Terrell Owens was not in Canton, Ohio , choosing instead to hold his own ceremony in Chattanooga, Tennessee. "However, today is not really about me, or what I was able to do on the football field", he said .
Even though it's near College Lake, The University of Lynchburg did not evacuate as it isn't downstream of the dam. A flash-flood watch is in effect through 6 pm Friday in Lynchburg, with 1 to 3 more inches of rain expected.
Yet Meghan, 36, has been lied to by royal aides who told her security fears are behind the block on her participating. Kate has also put Meghan in touch with British designer Emilia Wickstead, who she regularly uses for big events.
The team has reportedly agreed to trade wide receiver Corey Coleman to the Buffalo Bills , according to ESPN's Adam Schefter . The Bills made what they believe is a low-risk, high-reward deal to bring in wide receiver Corey Coleman.
Female mosquitoes eat one "blood meal" and then lay 300 eggs, a process that they can go through up to four times. Many individuals get a mild form, experiencing fever, headache and muscle aches that can last days to weeks.
LeBron has yet to speak out about Donald's latest slamming tweet but it will be interesting to see what he says, if anything! The school opened with a group of third- and fourth-graders, but will expand to serve first through eighth grades by 2022.
Brown Asks Trump for Wildfire Aid as State Battles 17 Blazes
California fire officials said Saturday that the two fires about 100 miles north grew to nearly 250 square miles (648 kilometers). Mr Veverka, 34, said: "Right now, it's pretty much guaranteed we'll go from fire to fire to fire, until everything is out".
Paul Pogba Wants Manchester United Exit
Jose Mourinho tells ESPN FC that the World Cup was the ideal habitat for Paul Pogba as he could 'only think about football '. Things have not come easy for Paul Pogba at Manchester United , and it appears to be taking its toll.
Bridgestone Invitational: Justin Thomas wins by four shots
It added up to a solid 3-under-par 69 and the prospect of a first win on the LPGA Tour, let alone a first major title. I'm excited for the opportunity tomorrow. "I felt better with my game than I did yesterday, for sure", he said .
Samsung Galaxy Note9 launch
It is thought there will be 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, along with a 4000mAh battery . On Friday, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 details were released, and they weren't supposed to be.
LeBron James reveals why he joined Lakers in free agency
There are additional benefits to attending the school, including receiving meals, such as breakfast, lunch, and a snack, for free. He sits down with @donlemon at the opening of his new elementary school for at-risk children in his hometown of Akron, Ohio .