One Palestinian died in the West Bank during clashes with Israeli settlers, the Palestinian Health Ministry informs.

Iran PressMiddle East: The 37-year-old, identified as Sameh Aqtash, died on Sunday night as a result of an attack by Israeli settlers and army units in the Zatarah area, south of the northern West Bank city of Nablus, the ministry said in a statement.

Meanwhile, the Palestinian Red Crescent said in a statement that 98 Palestinians were injured during clashes with Israeli troops and settlers in the town of Huwara, located near Nablus, on Sunday evening.

According to the Palestinian authorities, Israeli settlers attacked Palestinians in Huwara, setting Palestinian homes and cars on fire. 

Last Wednesday, at least Ten Palestinians have been killed and more than 100 injured in Israeli forces raid in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, including at least 50 who were hit by live ammunition.

At least six of the injured Palestinians are hospitalized with severe injuries.

Widespread confrontations broke out soon after the army raided Nablus with dozens of armored vehicles and special forces at 10 am local time.

The Israeli forces blocked off all entrances to the city before surrounding a home with two wanted Palestinian resistance commanders, Hossam Isleem and Mohammad Abu Bakr, who were both killed.

The number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces since the start of 2023 has now risen to 57 people, including 12 children, in the occupied territories.