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Turkey expels Israeli diplomats after UN report

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey expelled Israel's envoy and froze military cooperation with the Jewish state on Friday after a U.N. report on the deaths of nine Turks in an Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound ship failed to trigger an apology.

Turkey expels Israeli diplomats after UN report

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey expelled Israel's ambassador and senior Israeli diplomats and suspended military agreements on Friday, the day after it emerged a U.N. report said the Jewish state had used unreasonable force in a raid on a Gaza-bound ship that killed nine Turks.

Turkey expels Israeli diplomats after UN report

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey expelled Israel's ambassador and suspended military cooperation with the Jewish state on Friday after a U.N. report on the deaths of nine Turks in an Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound ship failed to trigger an apology.

Turkey expels Israeli diplomats after UN report

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey expelled Israel's ambassador and senior Israeli diplomats and suspended military agreements on Friday, the day after it emerged a U.N. report said the Jewish state had used unreasonable force in a raid on a Gaza-bound ship that killed nine Turks.

Clinton: South China Sea disputes need urgent work

BALI: Increasing and sometimes violent encounters between China and its neighbors with competing claims in the South China Sea are driving up shipping costs and risk getting out of control, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton warned on Sunday, underscoring the urgency of peacefully resolving disputes over resources and territory in the strategic waters.

High stakes in the waters of South China Sea

THE pledge by China and Vietnam toresolve peacefully their row overcompeting South China Sea territorialclaims is a welcome respite.

FEATURE - Tale of two ports strains Iraq-Kuwait ties

BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - Sitting in a traditional black funeral tent near Iraq's only outlet to the sea, businessman Sadiq Jaafar is mourning the

FEATURE - Tale of two ports strains Iraq-Kuwait ties

BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - Sitting in a traditional black funeral tent near Iraq's only outlet to the sea, businessman Sadiq Jaafar is mourning the

Iran ships pass via Suez, Israel says provocation

ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - Two Iranian naval ships passed through Egypt's Suez Canal into the Mediterranean on Tuesday heading for Syria, a source at the canal authority said, a move that Israel condemned as a

Clinton urges peaceful outcomes on maritime disputes

HANOI 0 (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said maritime disagreements must be settled peacefully on Saturday at an Asia-Pacific summit marked by rhetorical clashes between China and Japan over disputed islands.