Palestinian Teen Shot by Israeli Sniper Fire in Gaza

Palestinian Teen Shot by Israeli Sniper Fire in Gaza

Two teenagers, aged 14 and 18, were killed and at least seven other Palestinians were wounded by Israeli live fire during protests at the fence separating the Gaza Strip and Israel on Friday, the Gaza Health Ministry said. Her body was found later that day.

Meanwhile, a Palestinian suspected of having killed a young Israeli woman has been arrested in a raid in the West Bank city of Ramallah, an Israeli police spokesman said.

At least 248 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since then, the majority shot during clashes, though others have been hit by tank fire or air strikes.

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One Israeli soldier was killed by a Palestinian sniper during border demonstrations while another died in a botched special forces operation inside the blockaded enclave.

In return, the soldiers fired dozens of tear gas canisters at the demonstrators, who suffered suffocation after inhaling the tear gas, according to field paramedics, adding that the soldiers opened fire at demonstrators who approached the fence of the border. "Nor should they be exposed to any form of violence, by any party", UNICEF Middle East director Geert Cappelaere said in a statement.

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