B'Tselem: More than 50% of Palestinians killed in Israel's last Gaza operation were civilians
Israeli rights group's report finds that 35 percent of the non-combatants killed in Operation Pillar of Defense were under 18, also cites violations of international law by both Palestinian militant groups and IDF.
More than one-third of the Palestinian civilians killed during Israel's operation in the Gaza Strip last November were under the age of 18, the Israeli human rights group B'Tselem said in a report released this week.
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