UN's Tutu feels ashamed of international silence towards Gaza conditions
Chairman of the United Nations probe panel on the Israeli army killing of 19 Palestinian civilians in northern Gaza in November2006, former South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu expressed shame over the deteriorating conditions in Gaza.
Tutu was speaking during a press conference in Gaza city on Thursday morning, after concluding a two-day mission in Gaza.
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