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UN concerned 'war crimes are being committed' in Israel-Hamas conflict


"We are concerned that war crimes are being committed. We are concerned about the collective punishment of Gazans in response to the atrocious attacks by Hamas, which also amounted to war crimes," UN human rights office spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani says during a press conference in Geneva. SOUNDBITE

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