At least 16 Palestinians have been injured as Israeli forces fired rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse a protest in the occupied West Bank, according to eyewitnesses.
Israeli forces fired rubber bullets as well as tear gas canisters to disperse dozens of Palestinians marching in protest against Israeli illegal settlements in Deir Jarir in Ramallah city.
Meanwhile, the Israeli military says it has bombed Hamas positions in eastern Gaza in response to what it said was rocket attacks launched from the area.
Gaza security sources say Israeli fire targeted Hamas observation posts east of Rafah and east of Khan Yunis, causing no casualties.
Israeli forces used live bullets against protesters, shooting a 15-year-old in the head and wounding four others
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the late Monday strikes in eastern Deir Ezzor province targeted positions of Iranian and Iran-backed fighters. There was no immediate comment from Israel.
In the Israeli-occupied West Bank, people are living through double isolation amid a one-month state of emergency.
Mohammed Hamayel, 15, "died as a result of being shot in the face with live ammunition by the (Israeli) occupation" during clashes in Nablus, Palestinian Health Ministry says.
There can be no reasonable explanation behind the latest act of cruelty from the Israeli army.
US President Donald Trump's controversial plan is expected to allow Israel to annex large chunks of the occupied territory.
Israel says it launched the strikes in retaliation to rockets being fired into Israel from Syria. The rocket fire comes a week after an Israeli airstrike had killed family members of Palestinian militant in Syria.
Syrian regime's news agency SANA did not specify the origin of the drone, but reported it "came from the West."
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