Palestinians in Gaza had thrown a number of explosive devices towards the border fence with Israel, one of which set off air raid sirens in the south of the country late on Saturday, the army said.
The Israeli army did not comment on the deaths but said "approximately 9,500 rioters and demonstrators" gathered in various locations, "hurling explosive devices, hard objects and rocks" at troops.
The military did not say if the targets were hit, but a Palestinian security source said that two people were wounded in the first attack.
Jehad Harara was shot in the head east of Gaza City and Nidal Shatat was shot in the chest near the al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza, the Gaza Health Ministry reports. The escalation in violence follows several days of protests inside the besieged strip, against price increases and the ruling party, Hamas.
At least 257 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire in Gaza since weekly border protests began almost a year ago.
Tensions between the Israelis and the Palestinians near the Gaza border have been mounting since March 2018, which marked the beginning of the Great March of Return, a movement which sought to draw attention to Palestinians who were forced to flee their homes amid the creation of the state of Israel.
Israeli aircraft targeted two Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip early on Sunday as the health ministry in Gaza announced the death of a Palestinian wounded previously in protests against Israeli forces.
At least 258 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire in Gaza since weekly border protests began almost a year ago.
Israel and Hamas, which has controlled the blockaded Gaza Strip for over a decade, have fought three wars since 2008.
Backed Forces Say ISIS Has Finally Been Defeated in Syria
On Saturday, journalists were taken to the encampment - a wasteland of wrecked vehicles, torn tents and scorched trees. At the height of its reign, IS controlled 88,000 square kilometres of land stretching across Syria and Iraq.
The Guardian approached JMC for a comment but an email address for inquiries did not appear to be active. Jaguar Land Rover has finally achieved victory in its years-long legal battle over a Chinese knockoff.
I was fortunate enough to turn in five under and on the back nine I shot even par. "It was a bit of bad luck". As he was hitting his short pitch, a loud clap of thunder caused him to hit the shot some 30 feet short.
The "IRA" said it was responsible for placing a vehicle bomb which detonated outside a courthouse in Londonderry in January. The Irish police, the Garda, called military bomb disposal experts after the package was discovered Friday morning.
Un moment de gêne qu'on lit sur le visage de la chanteuse, qui ne se laisse pas impressionner par le présentateur. Présente sur la scène musicale française depuis les années 2000, Vitaa continue d'enchaîner les succès.
Rancher Vincent Browning brought his African Watusi, Oliver to the Petco store located in Atascocita, leashed and all. Browning's steer, named Oliver, is famous in his own right , having a Facebook page of his own with 34,817 followers.
Il y a des adaptations que l'on n'aurait jamais pensé à voir un jour au cinéma, et Dora l'Exploratrice en fait sans doute parti. Son âme d'exploratrice ressurgit quand elle doit voler à la rescousse de ses parents en danger.
The celebration was attended by her former " Suits " co-stars Abigail Spencer and Sarah Rafferty, Amal Clooney and many more. They had a Christian wedding ceremony followed by a Hindu one the next day. "We just became friends, as two girls would".
Leaders of civilian political parties have urged a high turnout as the only way to derail Prayuth's plans. Political parties and their main leaders held their final major rallies on Friday evening in Bangkok.
Larson said in the release that the company "intends to have all of our Kater cars on the road by the middle of spring". But Kater owns, operates and insures its own vehicle fleet and employs the drivers, Larson said.
The report drew on countries including Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen . These can be "depleted, rationed, diverted or blocked from delivery", the agency noted earlier this year.
Mais l'élu, qui milite contre la limitation à 80 km/h sur le réseau secondaire, "assume" auprès de France Bleu Limousin . Certains doivent penser que les élus doivent être exemplaires. "Je n'ai pas l'impression d'avoir failli", a-t-il conclu.
Here's How Flat Earthers Plan To Prove Their Theory
The supposed "ice wall" is said to be several hundred metres thick, towers 50 metres high and surrounds the entire planet. He said: "I have sailed two million miles, give or take". "On a flat earth, it would be over 60K".
IPL 2019 | Twitter Goes Berserk After Russell Thrashes SRH
Earlier in the day, Dinesh Karthik won the toss and elected to field first but it did not according to plan for the KKR captain. Warner scored a breezy century for his Sydney-based club Randy Petes to signal his return from the ban.
London to Edinburgh for £25 on new budget train
In the coming months we will be looking to secure major new intercity train contracts for Newton Aycliffe to build. National Rail said services started running this morning, but the disruptions will last until this afternoon.
Red Wings sign All Star Howard to extension
As Bob McKenzie of TSN reports, it's a $5.1 million deal that only counts as $4 million if the Wings miss the playoffs next year. Howard, who recently played in his 500th NHL game, was Detroit's representative at the 2019 NHL All-Star Game.