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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 7/29/15 *** Amnesty International has said there is "strong evidence" that Israel committed war crimes and possibly crimes against humanity during its assault on Gaza last summer. In a report released today, Amnesty International chronicled the Israeli assault on the Gaza city of Rafah, describing a "relentless and massive bombardment of residential areas ... displaying a shocking disregard for civilian lives." The findings echo an earlier U.N. report which found both Israel and Palestinian militants committed possible war crimes during the assault, which killed 2,200 Palestinians. On the Israeli side, 73 people were killed, all but six of them soldiers *** In Finland, as many as 15,000 people attended rallies and protests Tuesday to denounce recent comments by an elected official that multiculturalism was "a nightmare." The lawmaker is from the Finns Party, the second-largest in Parliament, which has backed strict immigration laws. Many are now calling for the official, Olli Immonen, to resign *** At least one migrant has died after 1,500 people tried to enter the Eurotunnel in Calais, France, in efforts to reach England. Yesterday's death comes after 2,000 migrants attempted enter the Eurotunnel on Monday night. British Home Secretary Theresa May met with French officials Tuesday to discuss the growing number of migrants crossing into Europe and through the Eurotunnel into England as they flee violence in Africa, Syria and Iraq *** *** More tomorrow

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