Ahmad Amjad Shehadeh, 16, dies from an Israeli bullet that penetrated his heart in the city of Nablus, Palestine's Health Ministry says.
Local residents say clashes erupted when Israeli settlers guarded by army forces stormed Joseph’s tomb in Nablus during which Israeli soldiers used fire and tear gas canisters.
The incident is the latest in a deadly week in Nablus, where Israeli forces have conducted regular raids and imposed tight restrictions on movement.
Settler violence has a history of targeting the Israeli security establishment, which willingly turns a blind eye to it.
Palestine's Health Ministry said at least five were killed and another 22 were injured in an Israeli raid in the occupied West Bank.
Tamer al Kilani of the Lions' Den was killed when a bomb placed on a motorcycle parked nearby was detonated, according to the group.
Tensions escalate after Udai Tamimi, 22, was killed by Israeli forces late on Wednesday near a settlement in occupied East Jerusalem.
The Palestinian health ministry named the man killed as Saed al Koni and the local militant group "The Lions Den" claimed he was one of their members.
Muhammad Ali Hussein Awad, a 36-year-old father of Beit Ijza town, was "deliberately shot with the aim of killing him after his vehicle collided with a police vehicle in a traffic accident," says Palestine's Foreign Ministry.
Eighteen-year-old Waseem Khalifa was shot dead in Nablus city, medics say, adding occupying Israeli forces also wounded 30 Palestinians, three of them critically.
Three Palestinians were killed and some 40 people suffered injuries as Israeli troops raided a house in the city of Nablus.
Witnesses say Israeli forces stormed the old city and surrounded a house, using live bullets and tear gas canisters against the Palestinians.
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