Israeli troops killed a 19-year-old Palestinian in a pre-dawn raid in the West Bank Wednesday, the Palestinian health ministry said, as violence in the occupied territory showed no sign of any letup. The ministry said Durgham al-Akhras was killed in a clash with Israeli soldiers raiding Aqabat Jaber refugee camp near the city of Jericho to carry out arrests. Akhras was “killed when he was shot in the head by the occupation (Israeli) army during its aggression against the Aqabat Jaber camp in Jericho,” the ministry said in a statement. The Israeli army had no immediate comment. Separately, the ministry announced the death of Yasser Mussa, 29, who was wounded during an Israeli raid on Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank late on Tuesday. Israel has occupied the West Bank since 1967 and its troops routinely carry out incursions into areas such as Jenin, which are nominally under the Palestinian Authority’s security control. Violence linked to the Israel-Palestinian conflict has surged since early last year, particularly in the West Bank.