'Live gunfire' in West Bank deaths

Footage contains sound of live gunfire as Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian youths.

    Israeli soldiers killed two Palestinian youths on Saturday during a demonstration in their village, Iraq Burin.

    The Israeli army then issued a statement alleging its soldiers only used rubber-coated steel bullets in the village.

    But doctors and human rights organisations say their evidence disproves this account.

    And Al Jazeera has obtained pictures with the clear sound of gunfire, taken by an activist who was at the incident. With such evidence, the army will now be taking a second look at its soldiers account of events (23 March, 2010).

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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