Palestinians inspect the scene of what witnesses said was hit by an Israeli air strike at Nusseirat in the centre of the Gaza Strip February 11, 2014. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
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A senior Israeli minister on Thursday accused Turkey's prime minister of blocking a compensation deal for those killed in a 2010 raid on an aid flotilla by demanding Israel end the Gaza blockade.Israel and Turkey have been locked in 11 months of talks over compensation for nine Turkish nationals killed in a deadly Israeli raid on the Gaza-bound flotilla in May 2010, with officials on both sides recently confirming they were close to a deal. But earlier this week, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said there would be no agreement without a written commitment by Israel to lift its restrictions on the Gaza Strip, which is ruled by Hamas, a Palestinian militant group.
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