Death Toll Rises to Four Palestinians in Clashes with Israeli Troops in West Bank, Gaza
A Palestinian man was killed during a confrontation with Israeli troops in the West Bank town of Ramallah on Saturday, raising the day's death toll to four, a hospital source said.
Tens were reported injured in the fierce clashes with Israeli troops in the different West Bank cities and Gaza Strip.
Earlier, Omar al-Moheissi, 15, was shot in the chest during clashes with troops protecting the Jewish settlement of Kfar Darom, in the south of the Gaza Strip.
Mohammed al-Najjar, 13, was pronounced clinically dead by doctors after he was hit in the head by a live round in a confrontation with troops at Khan Yunis in the south of the Gaza Strip, hospital sources said.
A Palestinian taxi-driver died of his injuries after being hit by Israeli army gunfire in the divided West Bank town of Hebron on Saturday, hospital sources said.
Fayez al-Qeimari, 32, was hit in the head by a live round while he was cleaning his vehicle as Palestinian youths nearby clashed with troops in the center of Hebron, witnesses said.
He died later in Hebron's Alia hospital, bringing to 126 the number of people killed in a three-week wave of violence across the Palestinian territories, all but a handful of them Palestinians – (AFP)
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