Al Jazeera reports an autopsy on the body of a Palestinian teen shot and killed at a West Bank protest last month has confirmed that his death was caused by live ammunition, Israeli and Palestinian media reported Thursday. Nadeem Nowarah, 17, and Mohammed Odeh, 16, were both fatally shot in the chest on May 15 near Ramallah. The Israeli military has continued to deny that live fire was used that day, and a high-ranking Israeli politician suggested the footage of the shootings was faked. Nowarah’s body was exhumed on Wednesday and an autopsy was performed at the Palestinian Institute of Forensic Medicine, a source close to the matter told Palestinian news agency, Maan News. The Israel Defense Force (IDF) spokesperson’s unit told Haaretz, the Israeli newspaper and website, that the issue is under investigation, adding that it was unlikely that the bullet could be matched to a weapon. The Israeli military did not respond to Al Jazeera’s request for comment at the time this article was published.