Flotilla bound for Gaza delayed, loses key members

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May 30, 2010 00:18

 
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Ships carrying 10,000 tons of supplies and hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists to Gaza were being held up near Cyprus on Saturday, as organizers tried to get nearly two dozen high-profile supporters on board.

The flotilla was initially to set sail toward Gaza on Saturday afternoon, and approach the territory on Sunday, about 24 hours behind schedule, said Greta Berlin, one of the activists.

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