Israel to ease the four-year Gaza blockade
Following a two-day cabinet meeting, the Israeli government has reportedly decided to ease its blockade of Hamas-run Gaza streep. "It was agreed to liberalize the system by which civilian goods enter Gaza (and) expand the inflow of materials for civilian projects that are under international supervision," an official statement said. The specific list of products is yet to be released, though. The decision follows the earlier Israeli Government decision to establish a commission of inquiry into the killing nine pro-Palestinian Turkish activists during the interception at sea of an aid convoy on May 31.
Read more: Reuters
Reader notice: Our comments service provider, Civil Comments, has stopped operating and will terminate services on 20th Dec 2017. As a result, we will be searching for another platform for our readers. We aim to have this done with the launch of our new site in early 2018 and apologise for the inconvenience.