Palestinians walk past the Dome of the Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem before the Friday prayer, on October 23, 2015. AFP PHOTO / AHMAD GHARABLI
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Fresh violence flared between Israelis and Palestinians Sunday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to install more security cameras at the flash-point Al-Aqsa mosque compound in a bid to defuse tensions.In a spate of incidents in the occupied West Bank a Palestinian woman was shot dead while trying to knife Israeli border police and a Palestinian stabbed and wounded an Israeli man before fleeing, police said. Meanwhile a Palestinian was seriously wounded after being shot several times by an Israeli settler while picking olives, according to Palestinian security sources. Netanyahu vowed Jews would continue to be allowed to visit but not pray at the compound and agreed that 24-hour surveillance cameras could be installed, adding these were in Israel's interest.On Sunday a Palestinian woman attempted to knife border police in the West Bank city of Hebron and was shot dead, police said, taking the number of Palestinians killed in attempted attacks and clashes to 53 .Since the start of this month, eight Israelis have died in attacks. One Israeli Jew and one Eritrean have been killed after being mistaken for attackers.
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