West News Wire: According to Palestinian media, at least 24 Palestinians, including children and teenagers, were killed by Israeli attacks in June. 

In that month, ten persons were killed in Jenin, seven in Nablus, three in Ramallah and al-Bireh, one in al-Quds, one in Tubas, one in Bethlehem, and one in the Gaza Strip, according to a report published on Sunday by the Palestinian Information Centre. 

With the most recent killings, there have now been 186 Palestinian killed since the year’s commencement. 

36 Palestinians were reportedly killed in January, 31 in February, 27 in March, 12 in April, and 56 in May, according to the report. 

In another report on Sunday, Palestine’s Shehab news agency said Israeli forces carried out arrested 380 people, including 45 children and 10 women, in the occupied West Bank, al-Quds and Gaza last month. 

Citing a statement by the Palestine Detainees Studies Center, the news agency said the city of al-Quds had the highest percentage of detainees, with 135 cases, followed by Bethlehem with more than 90 cases. 

In June, the regime also demolished three houses belonging to the families of prisoners after planting them with explosives. 

Israel has increased its attacks on Palestinian cities and towns over the previous few months. Numerous Palestinians have been detained and scores of them have died as a result of these attacks. 

The majority of the raids have taken place in Nablus and Jenin, where Israeli soldiers have been attempting to quell the rising Palestinian resistance to occupation. 

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