A human rights group at the United Nations has accused Israel of war crimes over its handling of the flotilla which tried to break the country's blockade of Gaza in May. During the incident, 9 Turkish activists were killed. Members of the U.N.'s Human Rights Council said that clear evidence could support prosecution for "willful killing,” “torture or inhuman treatment,” and “willfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health." The Israeli government described the finding as "politicized and extremist." There's no legal force behind the report. The Security Council will take up the findings on Monday.