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First Look After six-year freeze, Israel and Turkey agree to normalize relations

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lauded the economic benefits of ending the six-year diplomatic chill over the Israeli navy's killing of Turkish activists in 2010.

The once-close allies of Turkey and Israel have reached an agreement to normalize ties after a six-year rift, after Israeli marines killed nine Turkish activists aboard a humanitarian ship attempting to break the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip in 2010.

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