Corrie death 'tragic accident' says Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's spokesperson Mark Regev said experts found the driver of an army bulldozer - or tractor - involved in the death of protester Rachel Corrie could not have seen her.
An Israeli court has ruled the state was not at fault for the death of the American activist as she tried to stop Palestinian land being cleared in the Gaza Strip.
Mr Regev told Martha Kearney on The World at One that her death in 2003 was a "tragic accident", but claimed it was preventable.
He said that demonstrators had followed after the tractors and some "acted in a way that I think a normal responsible person would consider irresponsible".