Greeks who sailed in flotilla to sue Israeli leaders

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June 23, 2010 20:15

 
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Thirty-three Greek participants in the Gaza flotilla intend to sue senior Israeli politicians, Army Radio reported on Wednesday.

The majority of the Greeks were on board the Mavi Marmara, the ship on which nine Turkish citizens were killed.

Army Radio said the Greek citizens plan to sue senior Israeli politicians and military men responsible for removing them from the ship. They say that the raid was in contravention of international agreements.

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