Israeli forces shot a Palestinian child, on Sunday, in the northern West Bank city of Nablus, and stormed other areas in the governorate.

On Sunday afternoon, occupation soldiers invaded the city of Nablus, sparking protests among local Palestinian youths.

Media sources said soldiers opened fire with live rounds, tear gas canisters, and concussion grenades towards citizens and their homes.

According to the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS), soldiers shot a 15-year-old child in the hand with live ammunition; he was transported to hospital for treatment.

Meanwhile, on Sunday evening, Israeli forces stormed the village of Osarin, southeast of Nablus, fired live rounds and tear gas canisters, sparking protests; no injuries were reported.

Palestine TV published a video showing military vehicles storming the town of Qusra, southeast of Nablus; no injuries or abductions were reported.

In related news, Israeli forces shot a Palestinian young man in the chest with a live round, while he was near the Apartheid Wall, north of Tulkarem in the northwestern part of the West Bank.