RAMALLAH, West Bank, Aug 1 (Reuters) - Israeli forces killed two Palestinians in clashes in the occupied West Bank on Friday, Palestinian medical officials said.
The violence erupted when a few thousand Palestinians took to the street to protest at Israel's military operation in the Gaza Strip. Both men were killed by live fire in two separate incidents, Palestinian medical officials said.
An Israeli military spokeswoman said troops shot one man in the city of Tulkarm after violence got out of control, with protesters throwing stones and petrol bombs at soldiers. The spokeswoman said she was looking into the second incident.
Fighting flared between Israel and militant groups in Gaza again on Friday after a three-day truce collapsed shortly after it took effect.
Gaza officials say at least 1,509 Palestinians, mostly civilians, have been killed and 7,000 wounded. Sixty-three Israeli soldiers have been killed and more than 400 hurt. Three civilians have been killed by Palestinian rockets in Israel. (Reporting by Ali Sawafta; Editing by Alison Williams)
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