Gaza flotilla boat docks in Ashdod port without incident

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 29, 2015 22:18

 
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The Swedish "flotilla" boat Marianne av Göteborg arrived to the port in Ashdod on Monday night after Israeli navy vessels intercepted the Gaza-bound trawler some 85 nautical miles off the enclave's coast.

The activists on-board were set to be dealt with by relevant government bodies.

The navy-led boat docked without incident and no soldiers or activists were hurt.

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