A rocket fire from the Gaza Strip was intercepted by the Iron Dome anti-missile system, the Israeli army said in a statement adding that 'no injuries were reported'.
Israeli warplanes have struck Hamas military targets in the Gaza Strip in retaliation.
A second Palestinian was killed in Gaza Friday in clashes with Israeli forces sparked by President Donald Trump's plans to move the US embassy to Jerusalem, the health ministry in the enclave said.
It won't happen this year, and probably not in 2018, he said, adding that Trump's recognition of the city as Israel's capital 'did not indicate any final status for Jerusalem.'He says the US is making clear that Jerusalem's borders will be left to Israelis and Palestinians to 'negotiate and decide.' Trump himself had taken a victory lap at a Hanukkah celebration at the White House on Thursday night.He was cheered by a crowd which included his son-in-law and Middle East peace envoy Jared Kushner as he walked into the East Room, just a day after his declaration which has caused widespread protests in the Middle East.'I know for a fact there are a lot of happy people in this room,' he exulted, adding: 'Jerusalem!Most of the casualties, of whom nearly a quarter were under 16, were killed when Israeli troops broke up demonstrations.Around 150 Israelis are killed, for the most part later in the uprising when it intensifies under the direction of Islamists from Hamas and the Islamic Jihad organisation.On December 8, 1987, four Palestinians from the Gaza Strip's Jabaliya refugee camp are crushed to death by an Israeli lorry.
The accident sparks violent clashes between the Israeli army and Palestinian demonstrators in eight camps the next day as the victims are buried.
The violence on the West Bank and Gaza has so far resulted in 767 injuries of which 61 were a result of live ammunition, 200 from rubber bullets, 479 from teargas and 27 other, the Red Crescent said.
Footage later appeared on Palestinian news outlets claiming to show a father kissing his dead son farewell after he was shot by Israeli soldiers. In the West Bank city of Ramallah, troops sent in a jeep armed with a multi-grenade tear gas launcher that rained projectiles down on masked protesters.
On September 13, 1993, the Oslo Accords are signed in Washington by Israel and the PLO, granting Palestinians limited autonomy over the territories where they live.
The signature leads to the historic handshake between Rabin, now prime minister, and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat.
Laying out his vision for concrete steps the world can take in 2018 to maximize the contribution millions of migrants are already making to our societies and to agree a set of actions to ensure that the rights of all migrants are fully respected, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Thursday said the issue of migration calls for a truly global response.