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# Gaza Flotilla

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Turkey accepts Israeli apology over fatal flotilla raid
Benjamin Netanyahu has apologised to Turkey for a deadly 2010 flotilla raid and announced a full resumption of diplomatic ties as well as compensation for the families of those killed.
Top 10 stories that got you talking in 2011
Alternative medicine, the Gaza flotilla and same-sex marriages – these are the stories that sparked the most debate in 2011.
Top 10 stories you shared on Facebook in 2011
Pizza is a vegetable, a pet rescue in the Liffey and the tragedy of one young woman’s lonely death – some of the stories you most wanted to share with your Facebook friends.
Sports stars renew their support for Gaza flotilla
Eoin Kelly and Jerry Flannery among the stars lending their voice to the MV Saoirse’s forthcoming expedition.
Irish woman held in Israel over 'flytilla' protest
Dee Murphy was “handcuffed and shackled” on arrival at Tel Aviv airport, according to reports.
Greece blocks Gaza flotilla boat
Four Irish activists arrived back in Dublin today as a result of their vessel being damaged in Turkey last week, as Greece blocks a boat trying to join the international flotilla from Crete.
Israel threatens to punish journalists covering Gaza flotilla
Reports from the flotilla could see journalists banned from Israel for ten years, according to Israeli officials. Meanwhile, Palestine pledges to push for UN recognition of independence.
Minister questions need for Gaza flotilla
Alan Shatter said the aid mission was a political protest.
Irish artists join forces to launch Gaza ship fundraiser
Stephen Rea and Robert Ballagh are among those who are helping to raise funds for a second flotilla.
Gaza flotilla raid legal, says Israeli inquiry
The Israeli raid on a Turkish ship bound for Gaza was legal, a commission finds, because Israel is in a state of war.
Israel: "We fired 308 bullets at Gaza aid ship"
An Israeli general says the live bullets were fired to repel people abroad a ship who attacked them with an Uzi.
Israeli supreme court attacks Irish activist's "propaganda"
Mairead Corrigan Maguire is admonished for calling Israel an “apartheid state” as she appeals her deportation.