Gaza conflict: Amnesty report says Israel committed 'war crimes'
Israel has dismissed a report by Amnesty International which says there is "strong evidence" Israel committed war crimes in Gaza following the capture of a soldier by Hamas during the 2014 conflict.
The reports says at least 135 civilians were killed in a bombardment of Rafah after Lt Hadar Goldin was seized on 1 August. He was later declared dead.
Amnesty's Philip Luther denied Israel's claim it has complied with international law, while Israeli spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon accused the charity's report of using "smoke and mirrors".
29 Jul 2015