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Palestinian teen killed in West Bank clashes with Israeli army

The Israel Defense Forces said troops fired on the crowd to disperse hundreds of Palestinians who were rioting in a village south of Nablus.
Beita protest

A Palestinian teenager was killed Friday when the Israeli army open fire on an anti-settlement demonstration in the West Bank, Palestinian health officials said. 

The Palestinian Red Crescent said, "Mohammad Said Hamayel, 15, died in clashes" near Beita, a village south of Nablus. The Palestinian Health Ministry also identified Hamayel as the victim and said six others were wounded when Israeli forces opened fire on the crowd. 

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