Turkel Commission begins probe; Netanyahu to testify

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August 9, 2010 16:02

 
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The Turkel Commission investigating the May 31 Gaza flotilla incident commenced on Monday, with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu giving the first testimony to the panel.

In brief opening remarks broadcast live, commission head, retired Supreme Court justice Jacob Turkel, opened proceedings and informed the media and public that while some of the testimony would be made public, other parts would remain confidential.

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