Agence France-PresseMay 6, 2013 14:16
Turkish and Israeli officials made "progress" in talks in Jerusalem on Monday on compensation for the Jewish state's deadly 2010 raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla, Israeli television reported.
"An accord has not yet been signed but most questions have been settled. The number of outstanding points is so limited that it's not sure another meeting is needed," Channel 10 private television said, quoting diplomatic sources.
A final deal is "very close," it said, reporting "progress" but without giving details.