Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan checks to vote for photos produced in 2015 by semi-offcial Anadolu agency photographers, in Istanbul, late Friday, Dec. 25, 2015. (Basin Bulbul, Presidential Press Service Pool via AP)
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Turkey must accept that it needs Israel, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday, as the two countries seek to thrash out a deal on normalizing ties.Ambassadors were withdrawn in the wake of the 2010 crisis and Erdogan said Turkey's three conditions for a normalization were clear -- a lifting of the Gaza blockade, compensation for the Mavi Marmara victims and an apology for the incident.Indicating possible progress on the blockade, Erdogan said Israel had suggested it would allow goods and construction materials into Gaza if they came via Turkey.
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