Three children return to Gaza after receiving medical care in Turkey

September 6, 2014 09:36


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Three Palestinian children, wounded in Gaza during the seven-week war with Israel and transferred to Turkey for medical treatment, returned to their homes on Saturday, Palestinian media reported.

A Turkish Airlines plane flew the Gazans and their accompanying relatives to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport, and from there they were transferred to the Strip.

Dozens of injured Palestinians have flown to Ankara over the past month, as part of a Turkish plan to bring in thousands of Gazans who need medical help. 

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