UN Officials Raise the Question of War Crimes in Israel

No U.S. planes flying into Tel Aviv for second day in a row.
1:58 | 07/23/14

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We bring you the very latest from the Middle East. Where for a second day no US airlines are flying into Tel Aviv Israel the conflict still too dangerous and tonight. Top UN officials are raising the issue of war crimes engines Alex mark court -- in Gaza for us tonight. As -- Red Cross convoy crept forward carefully today we followed close behind featuring a deserted and destroy Gaza neighborhood. Fighting and -- around. Israel in the area -- -- -- Possibilities. Fighting back the small. A bulldozer cleared the way. These rescue workers. Banging on doors calling out further wounded clearing one house and then moving on to the next. Yeah frantic digging a wounded man pulled out from under his house but collapsed it seems like these that now triggered -- UN investigation into war crimes. Each side here I'm. The UN says nearly 75%. To be almost 700 Palestinians killed here were civilians. Israel says it's targeting militants and accuses Hamas of using innocent people as human shields. -- sell a war crime while more than 2000 rockets have been fired from Gaza into Israel to Israeli civilians have been killed while more than thirty soldiers have died. And today Israel's main airport once again MT following the FAA's extension of the ban on American flights to Israel for another 24 hours. Other top international airlines doing the same after a rocket was -- intercepted. And landed a mile from the airport on Tuesday. Claimed by Hamas and the victory. And Diane secretary of state John Kerry spent the day in Israel pushing a cease fire deal. But has laughed again tonight empty handed Israel now talking about expanding its operation. Hamas still refusing a cease fire until its demands are met.

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