Israeli forces on Friday shot dead a Palestinian man during clashes in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian health ministry said.
Zakaria Hamayel, 28, was struck by a bullet to the chest in the village of Beita, south of Nablus, during a protest against Israeli settlement expansion on Palestinian land, the ministry said.
The Israeli army said it was investigating the incident.
“We are aware of reports regarding a killed Palestinian. The cause of the injury is still unknown,” it said in a statement.
It said a “violent riot” took place near the “Givat Eviatar outpost” and that “troops responded with riot dispersal means”.
On Tuesday, Israeli forces killed a Palestinian man during a raid in the Al-Amari refugee camp near Ramallah.
Israeli forces have been carrying out arrests across the West Bank following violence that erupted around this month’s 11-day conflict between Israel and Gaza’s Islamist rulers Hamas.
An Egypt-brokered truce between Israel and Hamas came into effect a week ago.
More than 25 Palestinians have been killed in clashes since May 10 in the West Bank alone, where some 475,000 Israeli settlers live alongside around 2.8 million Palestinians.
The West Bank has been occupied by Israel since the 1967 Six-Day War.