Ban Ki-moon reiterates call for int'l inquiry

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June 15, 2010 07:41

 
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The UN called on Israel to accede to demands for an international inquiry of the event surrounding the IDF raid of the Gaza flotilla Monday night, even as the Israeli Cabinet approved a committee to pursue an internal Israeli inquiry of the matter.

"The Secretary-General [Ban Ki-moon] takes note of the Israeli announcement on their inquiry," UN spokesman Farhan Haq was quoted as saying by Reuters.

Haq added, though, that Ban's "proposal for an international inquiry remains on the table and he hopes for a positive Israeli response."

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