Soldiers open fire at Mohammed Drajma, 21, refuses their orders to stop as he approached a West Bank checkpoint carrying a broken bottle.
Palestinians claim death was caused by tear gas fired by Israeli soldiers; IDF says the circumstances are not entirely clear.
Kuwaiti newspaper al-Rai reports U.S. believes Syria ready to distance itself from Iran, Hezbollah.
Trapped between his roles as prime minister and son of the deceased, Lebanon's Saad Hariri will likely wait until indictments against Hezbollah are made public before calling off further investigation into his father's death.
Hezbollah to guarantee Saad Hariri protection if he rejects international tribunal investigating 2005 assassination of his father.
Figures show number of Palestinians employed in settlements has increased to nearly 35,000; PA legislation barring employment there would be an economic blow to Palestinian population.
At Hamas press conference on Saturday, the military wing claimed official responsibility for first time for terror attacks that killed total of 15 Israelis.
Saad Hariri says Lebanon will ask UN to stop investigation of international tribunal into 2005 assassination of his father 'for the interests of the country', according to Lebanese newspaper.
Lacking a channel of communications, messages between Israel, Hamas are expressed mainly via displays of strength; dangerous skirmishes likely to continue in days ahead.
The attack came following information that the rockets and mortar shells fired into Israel in the past few days had been launched by order of Hamas.