Amnesty calls Israeli airstrikes on homes in Gaza 'war crimes'
November 05, 2014  20:31
Amnesty International has accused Israel of committing war crimes during the war in Gaza this summer, saying its military showed "callous indifference" in its attacks on family homes.

The London-based human rights group,  in a report published Wednesday, suggested violations of international law were committed by both sides during the 50-day conflict, noting that "Palestinian armed groups fired thousands of indiscriminate rockets and mortar rounds into civilian areas of Israel." But its report largely focused on attacks by Israeli forces. 
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