Israeli probe can be credible

2010-06-13 22:31

Washington - UN Ambassador Susan Rice says there should be international participation in Israel's investigation into its raid of a Turkish ship trying to run the Israeli blockade of Gaza.

Rice says the US believes Israel can conduct a "credible and impartial" investigation, but that an "international component" would make it more credible in the eyes of the international community.

In a taped interview airing on Fox News Sunday, Rice also rejects reports that Afghan President Hamid Karzai wants to make a deal with the Taliban because he no longer believes the US can win the war.

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