A Palestinian demonstrator hurls back a tear gas canister fired by Israeli forces.
There was no immediate comment from the Israeli military, which has intensified overnight raids in the northern West Bank town of Jenin in recent months.
The ministry identified the dead teen as Amjad Al Fayyed, 17. It said an 18-year-old Palestinian was in critical condition after being wounded by Israeli gunfire.
Local media reported that clashes erupted outside Jenin’s refugee camp when Israeli forces stormed the area. It was not immediately clear how al-Fayyed was shot.
Israel says it carries out "counterterrorism activities” to detain wanted militants and planners of recent deadly attacks in the West Bank and Israel.
On May 11, a veteran Palestinian journalist for the Al Jazeera satellite channel was killed while covering an Israeli military operation in Jenin. Shireen Abu Akleh’s family, the broadcaster, the Palestinian Authority and witnesses accused Israel of shooting the correspondent for the Qatari channel. Israel accused Palestinian militants of firing at the journalist but backtracked later.
Israeli military officials on Thursday said the military has identified a soldier’s rifle that may have killed Abu Akleh, but said it cannot be certain unless the Palestinians turn over the bullet for analysis.
There were no immediate reports of casualties in the airstrikes that targeted what the military said was a weapons production facility and a rocket launch site belonging to Hamas, that rules Gaza.
Village residents said there were no disturbances or clashes in the area at the time of the shooting, which occurred near the village of Beit Ur Al-Tahta, west of the city of Ramallah. The man was returning from work in Israel when he was shot, they said.
An Israeli army spokesperson told the media that the incident was under investigation. The official Palestinian news agency Wafa said three men were injured when the "undercover" forces raided the camp overnight.
Firefighters were in place when the picture was taken, and there were people in the car but no fire broke out.
The video shows a minivan flying off the bed of a trailer truck carrying several vans.
The move is in implementation of the directives of President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan to operate a relief air bridge for the people affected by the earthquake.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday Moscow's military action in Ukraine was not responsible for the global food crisis, instead blaming the West for preventing the export of Russian grain.