UN probe: Evidence of war crimes in Gaza conflict
Published 15/09/2009 | 18:13
A UN war crimes investigation into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Gaza has found evidence that both sides committed "war crimes", the global body said today.
The investigation led by former South African judge Richard Goldstone concluded that "Israel committed actions amounting to war crimes, possibly crimes against humanity," during its December 27-January 18 military operations against Palestinian rocket squads in the Gaza Strip.
The report "concludes there is also evidence that Palestinian armed groups committed war crimes, as well as possibly crimes against humanity," by firing rockets at cities in southern Israel, the UN said.