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Israeli and Palestinian leaders try to calm rising street violence worsened by confrontations around the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.
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Efforts by Israeli and Palestinian leaders to calm a spate of street violence have so far failed.
A series of attacks on Wednesday including a third knife attack in Jerusalem in less than a week spread to other parts of Israel and the West Bank.
An Israeli man was stabbed by a Palestinian attacker in the Israeli city of Petah Tikva.
The victim wasn't seriously hurt. The attacker was grabbed by passers-by.
In Kiryat Gat Israeli forces shot an killed a suspected Palestinian militant who stabbed a soldier and grabbed his gun.
In the West Bank a Palestinian driver was shot and wounded after police said he tried to run over an Israeli officer at a checkpoint.
Since October 1st four Israelis have been killed in stabbings in Jerusalem and a drive-by shooting in the occupied West Bank.
At least three Palestinians have been shot dead and others wounded carrying out the attacks.
The violence escalated further as Israeli forces and Palestinian protesters clashed at this West Bank checkpoint.
Israeli troops fired on the crowd whom Palestinian witnesses said had been angered by the rising violence and Palestinian deaths.
The bloodshed prompted Israel's Prime Minister to cancel a planned visit to Germany on Thursday.
The violence has been fuelled by confrontations around the al-Aqsa mosque complex in Jerusalem.
Islam's third holiest shrine is also revered by Jews whose increasing visits have raised Palestinian fears that Muslim religious control is being eroded.
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