Turkey condemns Israeli approval of over 1100 homes in West Bank

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Witnesses said two dozen people approached the fence, setting a tire on fire and throwing stones.

Ali Omar Kino, also 16, was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at a Nablus hospital with a gunshot wound to his head, Ma'an also reported.

Strict measures have been imposed on tens of thousands of Palestinians following the killing of an Israeli rabbi in a drive-by shooting in the West Bank this week.

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. Palestinian Authority officials, though, said the soldiers fired without reason.

Main roads have been closed, villages sealed off, and inspections of Palestinians increased.

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In each review, the courts have uniformly held that Ragbir does not have a legal basis to remain in the US, ICE said. Chloe Breyer, executive director of the Interfaith Coalition of New York City , said in a statement. "I was shoved.

"We will confront the decision by seeking a [UN] resolution, an worldwide one, to recognize a Palestinian state on 1967 borders with Jerusalem as its capital", Safadi said on Saturday during a meeting in Amman from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, the UAE and the Palestinian Authority as well as Arab League chief Ahmed Abul Gheit to discuss the status of Jerusalem.

The status of Jerusalem has ignited tensions between Israelis and Palestinians for decades.

Following this decision, the European Union called on Israel on Thursday, to reconsider its plans to build new homes in the West Bank, recalling that any settlement activity is "illegal" and likely to undermine the viability of the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Palestinian leaders want East Jerusalem as the capital of their future state.

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