Spokesperson Errab Foqaha says toll included 18 wounded from live rounds and 59 from rubber bullets
RAMALLAH, PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES: Clashes with Israeli security forces and Jewish settlers have left 77 Palestinians wounded from both live rounds and rubber bullets over the past 24 hours, the Palestinian Red Crescent said on Sunday.
The toll included 18 wounded from live rounds and 59 from rubber bullets, Red Crescent spokesperson Errab Foqaha said.
Another 139 have been treated for tear gas inhalation and six for injuries sustained in beatings by soldiers or settlers, she said.
A series of clashes have broken out in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank with tensions high following two Palestinian attacks that killed two Israelis and wounded a child.