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The fighting saw Israel use helicopter gunships in the West Bank for the first time in several years, and Palestinian militants detonated a large roadside bomb under an Israeli armored vehicle.
The clash came during one of the deadliest years on both sides of the conflict, including after last week's national elections. Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prevailed, with the backing of a far-right ultranationalist party.
"Three armed gunmen were neutralised during the exchange of fire and an additional armed gunman surrendered himself to the forces," the army said in a statement, noting none of the Israeli forces were wounded in the clash.
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