Thousands of Palestinians have attended the funeral in Gaza of a volunteer medic who was killed by Israeli fire during protests on the border.
Razan al-Najar, 21, was shot dead as she ran towards the border fence on Friday to help a casualty, Palestinian health officials said.
In a statement the Israeli military said it would investigate her death.
Later on Saturday rockets were fired from Gaza and Israel reportedly responded with air strikes.
The death of Razan al-Najar followed weeks of deadly violence on the Gaza-Israel border.
More than 100 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces amid protests in support of the declared right of Palestinian refugees to return to their ancestral homes in what is now Israel.
Israel says its soldiers have only opened fire on people trying to break through the border under cover of protests, and has blamed the group Hamas for orchestrating the violence.
UN and human rights officials, however, have accused Israel of using disproportionate force.
At Saturday's funeral procession, Razan al-Najar's body was carried through the streets of Gaza wrapped in a Palestinian flag.
Her father carried her blood-stained medical jacket, while other mourners demanded revenge.
The Palestinian Medical Relief Society said Ms Najar had been trying to reach an injured protester when she was shot near the city of Khan Younis.
"Shooting at medical personnel is a war crime under the Geneva conventions," it said in a statement.
UN envoy for the Middle East Nickolay Mladenov tweeted that Israel needed to calibrate its use of force and Hamas needed to prevent incidents at the border.
The UN's Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) also said it was "deeply concerned" and called for the protection of medical workers.