Three Palestinians were killed and 10 others received injuries on Friday during an Israeli army raid in the West Bank.
The three men were killed when the Israeli forces opened fire on their vehicle they were traveling in on Thursday night in city of Jenin.
The three were identified as: Yousef Nasser Salah, 23, Baraa Lahlouh, 24, and Laith Abu Srour, 24.
“Fierce clashes then ensued in the area, in which Israeli forces fired at Palestinians youth, wounding 10,” it said.
The wounded people were immediately evacuated to the hospital and they are in good condition.
The Israeli army also raided the house of a Palestinian family in the neighborhood, but no arrests were made.
Israel did not comment on the raid so far.
The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights said that 55 Palestinians, including 13 children and five women were killed by Israeli army raids in the West Bank between January 1 and June 10.
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