Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian teenager, and critically injured another in an offensive against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
Dozens of lawmakers have called on the Federal Bureau of Investigation to run an inquiry into the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh.
Younger Palestinian journalists remember how Abu Akleh’s coverage inspired them to follow in her footsteps and shaped the way Palestinians tell their own story.
Nineteen-year-old As’sad al-Rifai and 20-year-old Emad Subhi Abu Shqeir were arrested in a forested area close to Elad after a massive four-day manhunt.
The 27-year-old man, shot dead by Israeli gunfire, is among more than 25 Palestinians killed by Israeli forces since late March as tensions run high across the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
A Palestinian Health Ministry statement said the two young men died of their injuries sustained “as a result of Israeli aggression in Jenin”.
Israeli forces launch a third day of operations around the occupied West Bank city of Jenin following heavy gun battles in recent days and over 20 arrests overnight, the army said.
Gun battles rock Jenin area for second day, with at least 10 Palestinians wounded and more than 20 arrested while Israeli forces shoot dead three Palestinians, including two women elsewhere, Palestinian officials say.
Palestinian sources said 21 people were detained by Israeli forces, including 15 in the town of Ya’bad, south of Jenin.
Twenty-three year old Ahmed al Saadi has been killed by Israeli forces in the Jenin refugee camp as the Israeli army carried out a raid on a suspected shooter.
The bloodshed comes amid heightened tensions ahead of the start of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, that has seen violence spiral in Israel and the occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian Health Ministry says two Palestinians, aged 17 and 23, lost their lives.
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