(FILES) -- File picture shows an undated handout image taken from the Free Gaza Movement website on May 28, 2010 of the Turkish ship Mavi Marmara taking part in the "Freedom Flotilla" heading towards the Gaza Strip. AFP PHOTO / FREE GAZA MOVEMENT
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Israeli officials denounced as "political" Wednesday attempts by a Turkish court to secure an international arrest warrant for four former Israeli military commanders over a deadly 2010 maritime assault.But the court ruling, issued on Monday, was unlikely to have a "signficant effect" on attempts to restore full diplomatic relations between Israel and Turkey, which were badly damaged by the raid, officials said. Israel and Turkey have been locked in more than a year of talks over compensation for the deaths of what was initially nine Turks in the deadly Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla in May 2010 .
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