Israel keeping flotilla ships until inquiry ends

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
July 7, 2010 16:11

 
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Israel says it will hold on to the six ships that sought to break an Israeli blockade of Gaza at least until it completes its investigation into a deadly raid on one of the vessels.

Defense Ministry spokesman Shlomo Dror said Wednesday that "nothing will be done with these ships" until after the inquiry because commission members might want to inspect them.

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