UN General Assembly passed resolution seeking International Court of Justice's opinion on legal consequences of Israeli occupation, pleasing Palestine authorities.
Tensions have soared in the occupied West Bank, where the Israeli military has been conducting near-nightly arrest raids since last spring.
Tokyo says it seeks cooperation on part of Tel Aviv for a two-state solution.
President Mahmoud Abbas meets Jake Sullivan and seeks US pressure on Israel to halt its illegal settlement construction and its "daily killings and incursions into Palestinian cities and towns."
The Jenin incident raises the toll of Palestinians killed this month in the West Bank to 17.
A 40-year-old Palestinian man was shot dead by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank, near the town of Halhul.
Palestine's UN ambassador said that member states who abstained or vetoed the previous resolution referring the question to the International Court of Justice now signed the statement.
The Palestinian Health Ministry has identified the young boy as Omar Khumour, who was killed by Israeli forces during a military raid in the occupied West Bank.
It's the latest death in a months-long spiral of violence that has left 13 Palestinians dead since the start of the year.
Israelis converge in three cities to protest plans by PM Benjamin Netanyahu's far-right government to "reform" judiciary — a step critics say will destroy the country's democratic system of checks and balances.
The Palestinian Health Ministry names the two young men killed as Ezzedine Bassem Hamamra, 24, and Amjad Adnan Khaliliya, 23.
Habib Kamil, 25, and Abdulhadi Nazal, 18, were shot dead in Qabatiya town and Samir Aouni Harbi Aslan, 41, was killed in Qalandia refugee camp, says Palestine's Health Ministry.
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