Between 4 and 10 April, there were 237 "flying" Israeli army checkpoints in the occupied West Bank, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
It should be noted that the proliferation of Israeli checkpoints does not speed up Palestinian passage through them or shorten the waiting time. They work kind of the opposite way from the checkout points at your local supermarket, where the more you have, the faster your line moves.
OCHA also reports that
"two Palestinian girls, aged 11 and 12 years, and a 10 year-old Palestinian boy from Tuba near Yatta in the Hebron governorate, were injured when a group of Israeli settlers from the settlement of Ma'on beat them and snatched their schoolbags while they were en route to their school in nearby Twani. OHCA adds that the Israeli army and the police were present at the time."