Lebanese minister: Flotilla gets okay to leave Tripoli

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June 21, 2010 10:25

 
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Lebanon has given permission for another flotilla to leave Tripoli for Gaza, according to a Beirut minister quoted by an-Nahar Monday morning.

Lebanese Transportation Minister Ghazi Aridi said that the vessels would make an intermediate stop in Cyprus in order to abide by UN Security Council Resolution 1701.

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