The final report released on 15 September 2009 by the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict. … In 2011, Goldstone personally retracted some of the report's conclusions, a move which was rejected by the other members of the mission.
A report dated 1 July 1920 and compiled by a team of British officials led by Maj. … It backed the British administration's conduct before the riots, but criticized the military for inadequate preparations and handling of the events.
A report issued in March 1930 by a British Commission of Inquiry, headed by jurist Walter Shaw, investigating the 1929 Palestine riots and their origins. … Therefore, it recommended that British policy on these subjects be reviewed, leading to the publication of the Hope Simpson Report and the 1930 White Paper.
A report presented to the British Parliament in October 1921 by a Commission of Inquiry, chaired by Chief Justice of Palestine Thomas Haycraft, set up in order to investigate the 1921 riots in and around Jaffa.