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Flotilla Back En Route
3-day wait in open waters of the Mediterranean finally ended a few hours ago.. Humanitarian ships carrying aid materials including medicines, medical equipment and construction materials are back en r
Palestine, MiddleEast, Turkey 30.05.2010

Palestine Our Route, Humanitarian Aid Our Load flotilla that have been waiting in international waters has now headed for Gaza. 6-ship flotilla is expected to arrive in Gaza tomorrow. No one knows where the Israeli navy plans to intercept the flotilla. It is feared that a possible military operation will cause a major crisis. There are women and elderly onboard in addition to a 1,5 year-old toddler. Should the Israeli navy attack the boats using pepper spray, it is feared that a lot of people will be harmed. 30 MPs from various countries are onboard the ships as well. 

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