According to the reporters, at least two Palestinian had been shot and put to death in separate incidents on Thursday in the West Bank as Israel announced plans to make a new fence near the flashpoint city of Hebron in an effort to contain a two month spate of violence.
In the first incident, as per the Israeli military said, at the time when the troops raided the village of Qattana overnight to search for ammunition and detain suspected assailants, a violent riot erupted. Firebombs and stones were been hurled at the troops by the Palestinians, as per the army.
According to Palestinian health ministry spokesman Mohammad Awawdeh, a 21 year old Yehya Taha was been shot by the troops in the head, and she lost his life later of his wounds in a Ramallah hospital.
Later on Thursday, a Palestinian attacker wielding a knife near the West Bank city of Nablus had been shot and put to death by the Israeli border guards.
According to the police spokeswoman Luba Samri, a man got down of a taxi and started running towards officers near a military post, brandishing a knife. In the attack, no Israelis had been injured.