The Israeli army put off the release of findings on the Nov. 22 shooting death of a British U.N. worker by soldiers in the Jenin refugee camp. The report is expected to be released next week, according to the Israeli daily Yediot Achronot. The paper said the report is expected to conclude that the two soldiers who shot UNRWA official Iain Hook, mistaking him for an armed Palestinian, had acted according to orders.
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