Gaza officials: Israeli fire kills 2 Palestinian teens

A demonstrator holding a Palestinian flag uses a sling to hurl stones at Israeli troops

Israeli gunfire kills Gaza teens during border protests

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 Saturday.

The body of Ori Ansbacher, 19, was found in the woods in the West Bank near Jerusalem on Thursday with stabbing wounds.

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.

Some 650,000 Israeli settlers live in the West Bank, including annexed east Jerusalem. Two Israeli soldiers have been killed over the same period.

In the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, meanwhile, thousands of Palestinians attended the funerals of the teenagers.

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Mourners also took part in Shalabi's funeral procession which started at Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis and ended in Nusseirat refugee camp, Shalabi's home, where he was buried.

The health ministry put Ishtiwi's age at 18, but Mezan said he was 17.

A military spokesperson said the demonstrators hurled rocks at Israeli troops and several explosive devices landed on the Gaza side of the fence.

Shin Bet said the suspect left his home in the Palestinian city of Hebron carrying a knife, saw the victim in the forest and killed her.

The eyewitnesses said that dozens of Palestinian activists gathered close to the border fence between northeastern Gaza Strip and Israel and exploded sound bombs on Sunday night, Xinhua news agency reported. At that moment, the boy was struck in the head by a tear gas canister fired directly at protesters by Israeli forces. "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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