Israeli troops have injured two Palestinians with live fire on Friday during conflicts in the eastern parts of Gaza Strip, Ma'an quoted local sources as saying.

Two people were shot and injured by Israeli forces, and another one suffered from tear gas inhalation as the forces opened fire at a protest east of Gaza city, Palestinian medical sources said.

In similar incidents, clashes broke out east of the al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza Strip near the border with Israel.

Israeli forces near Deir al-Balah and Khan Yunis in the southern areas of besieged Gaza opened fire at Palestinian farmlands in the region.

There has been no report of injures yet. An Israeli army spokesperson announced that they were looking into reports.

During the latest conflicts in al-Bureij camp, a 15-year-old Palestinian boy was killed by Israeli forces. The forces had shot him in the head with live fire.

According to a Tuesday report by Defense for Children International - Palestine (DCIP), the boy, Abd al-Rahman al-Dabbagh, did not pose a threat to Israeli forces when they shot him.

The incident happened on September 9 during clashes close to the border fence that had been continuing for hours.

According to witnesses, the boy and other Palestinian youth were throwing stones and used Israeli tear gas canisters, when Israeli forces fired directly at al-Dabbagh, hitting him in the forehead above his left eye, setting him on fire and killing him.