Report: Israel, Turkey squabbling over compensation

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March 27, 2013 09:13

 
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Israel and Turkey are reportedly in a disagreement over the amount of compensation given to the families of the nine Turks who were killed in the 2010 Gaza flotilla IDF raid, according to Israeli media reports.

According to reports, Israel is willing to pay $100,000 to each family, while the Turks demand $1 million paid to each family.

The two sides were set to meet on Wednesday to discuss the compensation.

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