Israeli Apology a Sign of Turkey's Clout, Turkish Prime Minister Says

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Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday an Israeli apology for the 2010 deaths of nine Turkish pro-Palestinian activists that was brokered by U.S. President Barack Obama met Turkey's conditions and signaled its growing regional clout.

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  1. “Turkish bragging a sign of Turkey being full of it, Israel says.”

  2. It’s nice to see Turkey accepted the apology gracefully. Let’s hear the Armenian reaction when the Turkish government finally apologizes for the Armenian genocide. Of course, sticking your fingers in your ears and saying “lalalalalalala” is not exactly an apology.

    1. Turkey apologize for the genocide of Armenians? ROTFLMAO!! Like that will happen. Turks are NATO, no apology needed…ever…for anything…no matter what.

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