The Protesters threw stones at Israeli forces as they responded by tear gassing the crowds and firing rubber bullets which reportedly injured nine people.
Israeli forces have carried out daily raids and increased the arrests of Palestinians in the hunt of the perpetrator. Another security guard shot and killed the attacker, the military said in a statement.
Three other Palestinians are in critical condition, along with at least 110 others wounded.
A PALESTINIAN stabbed a security guard at the entrance to an Israeli settlement and was shot dead today in the latest episode of violence in the occupied West Bank, Israel's military said.
Meanwhile, Israeli troops combed Deir Istiya town, northwest of Salfit, following the killing of an Israeli settler in a stabbing attack at the entrance of Ariel settlement.
Ben-Gal's murder came less than a month after Raziel Shevach was gunned down by Palestinian terrorists outside the northern West Bank outpost of Havat Gilad.
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Dead Rising 5 has not yet been greenlit, but the prototype being worked on included an alternate reality version of New York City. Dead Rising 4 originally launched for Xbox One and PC in 2016, before making its way to PlayStation 4 in 2017.
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Ramaphosa met Zuma there after 4pm alongside ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule. It also denied allegations by opponents that he was preparing to fire Ramaphosa.
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Still, Assange has been unable to leave the embassy in London, as he faced arrest for breaching his bail conditions in the UK. A judge ruled the 2012 warrant must stand, meaning Assange is still subject to arrest outside the walls of the embassy.
He was the son of a Hamas figure killed by Israeli forces during the second intifada of the early 2000s.
According to the Shin Bet, troops from the Israeli army, the internal security service and Israel Police's Special Patrol Unit conducted a "determined and complicated intelligence and operational effort".
Israeli settlements are seen as illegal under worldwide law and a major obstacle to peace as they are built on Palestinian land, seen as central to a future Palestinian state.
Tensions have risen since US President Donald Trump's controversial recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital on December 6.
Israel faced sharp criticism from the administration of former USA president Barack Obama over settlement construction, but that has not been the case under his successor Donald Trump.
The EU officials called upon "the Israeli authorities to halt demolitions and confiscations of Palestinian houses and property in accordance with its obligations as an occupying power under global humanitarian law".