UNHRC brings flotilla probe to Turkey

August 23, 2010 22:28

Investigators from the UN Human Rights Council began probing witnesses of the Gaza flotilla incident on Monday, Reuters reported.

A three-person team reportedly flew to Turkey after hearing testimony from witnesses in London and Geneva. In two weeks, the UN investigators will go to Amman.

The group includes judges from Britain and Trinidad, and a Malaysian human rights campaigner. It has been refused entry by Israel.

The three plan to complete their report and present it to the Human Rights Council on September 27.

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