Gov't official: Israel unlikely to cooperate in Gaza probe

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April 15, 2009 16:41

Israel is "very unlikely" to cooperate with a UN agency's probe into whether Israel and Hamas committed war crimes in the IDF's recent Gaza offensive, a government official said Wednesday. Hamas, meanwhile, said it was ready to work with the investigators, to be led by Richard Goldstone, a South African judge who served as chief UN prosecutor of war crimes in Yugoslavia and Rwanda.


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