07 April, 2017
Elichai Taherlev, 20, of the Golani Brigade was killed in the incident, and another 19-year-old soldier was slightly injured.
One Israeli was killed and another injured on Thursday in a car-ramming attack near the Ofra settlement in the occupied West Bank, the Israeli army said, adding the alleged attacker was arrested.
The PPC also renewed its call for worldwide human rights groups, including UNICEF, to strengthen initiatives and campaigns to protect Palestinian children.
Palestinians were carrying the large metal pieces first to Shuhada checkpoint, where just a few days before, Israeli forces extended their perimeter of control further into the H1 neighborhood supposedly under full Palestinian control.
Israeli security forces inspect the site of a auto ramming attack outside the Israeli West Bank Settlement of Ofra on April 6, 2017.
Fed minutes - Debate over inflation, Trump
Fed watchers were not expected such a granular discussion at the meeting, thinking it would wait until the May or June meeting. The minutes showed that several Fed officials thought Trump's stimulus plans wouldn't likely begin before next year.
Anthony Lynn believes Adrian Peterson will have 'a hell of a season'
The Patriots have yet to re-sign top 2016 running back LeGarrette Blount and are reportedly preparing for him to sign elsewhere . Versatile back Dion Lewis and Super Bowl LI hero James White are already under contract with the Patriots for the 2017.
Derrick Rose's New York Knicks career likely over after another knee injury
Thus ends a star-crossed season that began with a rape trial and pretty much sucked in a way that only a Knicks season can suck. A three-time All-Star, Rose has career averages of 19.5 points and 6.0 assists while playing 470 of a possible 722 games.
Witnesses told Israeli media that the vehicle approached a bus stop at the Ofra junction, on the Route 60 highway north-east of Ramallah, and then accelerated towards the two Israelis waiting there.
Witnesses told local media at the time they found more than 25 bullet holes in Ghazal's apartment, and accused Israeli forces of "executing" him when they could have easily detained him.
The attack was part of a spate of violence that broke out in September 2015 but has abated in recent months. Others were shot dead during protests, clashes, or in Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip.
In an article in The Washington Post about last week's Arab League summit (March 29, "In a message to Trump, Arab leaders renew calls for a Palestinian state, ") reporter and Cairo Bureau Chief Sudarsan Raghavan omitted important context about the group's statements and positions about Israel.
Relations between Israel and Palestine have been shattered for decades.