Gazans faced ‘excessive and unlawful use of force’ in protests, says Human Rights Council-appointed investigator

28 February 2019

A UN-appointed probe into violence in Gaza last year in which more than 180 Palestinian protesters were killed – including 35 children - said on Thursday that there was “no justification” for Israel to shoot protesters with live ammunition.

In an interview with UN News’s Daniel Johnson, Sara Hossain, Member of the Commission of Inquiry, discusses the report’s main findings.

Audio Credit:
Daniel Johnson, UN News - Geneva
Audio Duration:
4'7"

 

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