Palestine slams U.S. ambassador to Israel for 'complicating road towards peace'

Palestine slams U.S. ambassador to Israel for 'complicating road towards peace'

On Thursday, two 16-year-old Palestinian children died in clashes with Israeli forces in Gaza and the West Bank.

Soldiers open fire on stone-throwing demonstrators in Gaza and the West Bank, killing two teens and wounding others.

Palestinians held protests - as they have done each Friday since Trump's announcement in December - near border areas in the Gaza Strip, including in Rafah, Khan Younis, Gaza City, al-Bireh, Ramallah, Bethlehem, Qalqilyah, Jericho, Nabuls, Hebron and the al-Boreij refugee camp. One Israeli has been killed in a Palestinian attack. The military said soldiers fired at the "main instigator".

The statement added that Friedman is "further complicated the road towards the peace process and the resumption of negotiations between the Israeli and Palestinian sides" according to official Palestinian Authority news agency WAFA.

A second Palestinian 16-year-old was killed in rioting at the village of Bureen near the town of Nablus in the central West Bank, the Palestinian Health Ministry said.

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Palestinians burn portraits of President Donald Trump, and the USA and Israeli flag during protest against Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital in Rafah the southern Gaza on Friday.

Israeli forces in the West Bank searched for a suspect in the shooting death last Tuesday of an Israeli settler.

Palestinians and rights groups have criticized Israel for using excessive force against Palestinian protesters.

A further 200,000 live in East Jerusalem, annexed by Israel in a move never recognised by the worldwide community.

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