Rami al-Farra died on August 5 "saving his wounded friends" near Bakhmut, his father said.
The attack likely stemmed from revenge after Israel launched an operation against Jenin earlier this week.
"This was an innocent mistake with no intent and was immediately corrected and apologized for by the senior crew member on board," Ryanair said.
The House speaker and the White House have been divided on the country's relationship with Israel amid growing tensions.
Reports indicate that there were hundreds of arrests and multiple injuries in the clashes that took place at the holy site on Tuesday night.
The shooting came a day after the Israeli military killed nine Palestinians in an attack on a West Bank refugee camp.
The acrobatic protestor waved a Palestinian flag, which he held onto through a cartwheel and a backflip before seven security guards pinned him down.
President Joe Biden and the Israeli Prime Minister reaffirmed the "unbreakable bonds" between their two countries.
Many countries in the West, including the U.S., want Saudi Arabia to pump out more oil to help mitigate the growing global energy crisis.
The Russian foreign minister was speaking in a video shared by Moscow's embassy in Geneva and comes hot on the heels of controversial statements he made about Volodymyr Zelensky and Adolf Hitler.
The Israeli Supreme Court ruled that families in the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah cannot be evicted unless a separate legal process says they need to be.
Ambassador Meirav Eilon Shahar accused the U.N. in a scathing letter of having bias against Israel.
The Israeli ambassador stated that "fiction may work in 'Harry Potter' but it does not work in reality."
The Florida House has not acted on a complaint that called the comments "atrocious."
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has repeatedly said that there is "no room" for a consulate that would serve as a diplomatic mission for Palestinians in the contested city.
Pro-Palestinian activists have argued the TLVFest is an attempt to divert attention from Israeli occupation
After the popular ice cream company pledged to stop selling its product in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, several states said they would divest.
"The bipartisan attacks launched at me for speaking a factual truth about the apartheid system in Israel will not intimidate or silence this girl," the Michigan Democrat tweeted Friday.
"If this is not achieved, why maintain recognition of Israel based on the 1967 borders?" President Mahmoud Abbas said.
A senior Palestinian official overseeing relations with Israel said the deal was "a first batch in the road to finalizing this file entirely."
"I always tell people that cutting people off from water is violence. And they do it from Gaza to Detroit," said the congresswoman in a video.
The Ben & Jerry's boycott, and Unilever's role in it, has ramifications under both U.S. federal and state laws.
Ben & Jerry's said "it is inconsistent with our values" to continue selling tubs of ice cream in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Ben & Jerry's said it will no longer sell its ice cream in the Occupied Palestinian Territory in a press release posted to its website on Monday.
"QAnon" and "Trump won" were allowed on previews of customized bottles, while "LGBT" and "Black Lives Matter" were prohibited.
Paul Lebowitz, 67, said he was violently targeted for being Jewish during a conversation about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a stranger.
More than 500 employees demand that the e-commerce company terminates business contracts with organizations that they allege violate human rights, including the Israeli Defense Forces.
Abbas has criticized Israelis' presence at the Al-Aqsa mosque, and his office stresses a cease-fire has to include an end to the "invasions."