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Topic - Ben Gurion International Airport
Ben Gurion International Airport, is the largest and busiest international airport in Israel, handling 12,160,339 passengers in 2010. It has been named the best airport in the Middle East, and the second-best worldwide for airports handling 5–15 million passengers annually by the Airports Council International organisation. - Source: Wikipedia
Israel deployed hundreds of police Sunday at its main airport to detain activists flying in to protest the country's occupation of Palestinian areas in defiance of vigorous Israeli government efforts to block their arrival.
An American-Israeli citizen arrested in Egypt as a suspected spy flew to freedom in Israel and into his mother's arms on Thursday after more than four months in jail, after a prisoner swap that has eased friction between the two countries.