Israel rejects charges in journalist killing

Israel has closed the case against soldiers accused of gunning down a British cameraman in the Gaza Strip, drawing charges of a cover-up from his relatives, who vowed to sue the army.
James Miller was killed on May 3, 2003 in the flashpoint refugee camp Rafah while making a documentary, “Death in Gaza”, about Palestinian children caught up in fighting with Israel.
Witnesses said Israeli soldiers shot him at close range, although he wore journalist insignia and waved a white flag.
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