The cyberattacks came as Israel commemorates its national day, which marks the country's foundation in 1948. Palestinians call it the "Nakba", meaning catastrophe.
The killing is the first in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in almost two weeks.
The demonstration comes ahead of another mass protest planned on Sunday to coincide with a Netanyahu speech to the general assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America.
Turkmen president and Israeli top diplomat discuss bilateral ties and opening of diplomatic mission as Israel seeks to strengthen ties to its arch-foe Iran's neighbours.
The two discussed co-operation in various fields, including economy, energy, agriculture, renewable energy, science, tourism, security and technology.
Israeli military storms Jenin refugee camp, wounding at least seven Palestinians, says Palestine's Health Ministry.
Israeli police says two people have been wounded after a car was shot at in occupied East Jerusalem's Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood.
This year marks 75 years of Nakba, or catastrophe, when nearly 800,000 Palestinians were driven out of their homes by then Zionist Israeli paramilitaries in 1948 and onward.
Protest organisers aim to maintain momentum and increase pressure on PM Netanyahu and his far-right government until proposed judicial reforms are scrapped.
Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi urges Palestinians to press on with their anti-occupation struggle against Israel while berating Palestinian Authority's recent meetings with Tel Aviv in Jordan and Egypt.
The retired colonel with extreme views coined the term "smile-enjoy-kill", which was an order to his troops to fire at fleeing Palestinians.
The leak of Pentagon documents has far-reaching consequences, shaking up both the United States and its allies, as a multitude of revelations are exposed.
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