According to the UN, 2022 was the deadliest year for Palestinians since 2006. File photo
The Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) said that Abdulla Qalalweh, 24, died after being shot by Israeli soldiers at an army checkpoint near the village, Xinhua news agency.
Meanwhile, Israeli media reported that a Palestinian driving a car approached the checkpoint, got out of his vehicle, and tried to grab the weapon of a soldier before he was shot dead by other soldiers.
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Israeli authorities did not comment on the incident.
The latest development comes amid a series of deadly incidents in the region.
According to the UN, 2022 was the deadliest year for Palestinians since 2006.
The tensions have been further aggravated since Israel's most right-wing government, headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, took office in December 2022.
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