The death of Moataz Zawahra, 28, takes to 29 the number of Palestinians killed in nearly two weeks of violence.
A Palestinian has been killed in clashes with Israeli security forces in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, the latest such incident in nearly two weeks of violence.
Tuesday’s death of Moataz Zawahra, 28, from a Bethlehem refugee camp, takes to 29 the number of Palestinians killed, Palestinian medical sources said.
Earlier on Tuesday, three Israelis were killed in two attacks in Jerusalem, increasing the number of Israelis killed since the upsurge in violence that began at the start of the month, to seven.
Violent clashes have increased in frequency since Israeli security forces began to crackdown on Palestinian worshippers at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem last month.
The bus attack was carried out by two Palestinians. One of them was killed, an ambulance service spokesman said, and the other was admitted to hospital with injuries.
Minutes later, another Palestinian drove his car into a bus stop in the centre of Jerusalem, then got out and began stabbing pedestrians, killing at least one and wounding several. LIVE UPDATE